South Africa : Establishing a culture of accountability for human rights violations: Case study: The "disappearance" and death of Zweli Kenneth Ndlozi, September 1998
Despite reforms in recent years there remains concern at the system of crime investigation in South Africa which still relies on torture and ill-treatment of detainees . This document uses the case of Zweli Kenneth Ndlozi, who was accused of theft and subsequently found dead in his cell, to illustrate these concerns.
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