Police Brutality in South Africa

Police Brutality in South Africa

Bruce, D. (2002). Police Brutality in South Africa. From the report Police Brutality in Southern Africa – A Human Rights Perspective by Mwanajiti, N., Mhlanga, P., Sifuniso, M. Nachali-Kambikambi, Y., Muuba, M and Mwananyanda, M (eds) Published by: Inter-African Network for Human Rights and Development (Afronet), 2002.

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