POLICE BRUTALITY

Photo of Hout Bay police station with mountain in background

Man taken to court after he films alleged police brutality

Saps watchdog recommends prosecution of constable

By Naib Mian - 18 May 2016
Photo of protester outside Woodstock Police Station

Police watchdogs are “outright liars”

No evidence of IPID investigation into assaults witnessed by Eduard Grebe

By Naib Mian - 13 April 2016
Photo of marchers on the Grand Parade

1960s pass law protests commemorated in city

Symbolic march led by Philip Kgosana

By Unathi Tuta - 30 March 2016
Photo of protest in Grahamstown against police harassment

Protesters condemn “apartheid-style” harassment of student activist

Police say that one of the best detectives is investigating the case

By Carol Kagezi - 4 March 2016
Photo of a Rastafarian man protesting outside Woodstock Police Station.

Eduard Grebe’s allegations against police have not been investigated

Further reports of police brutality surface

By Mary-Anne Gontsana - 21 January 2016

Rastafarians protest against police brutality

An article by Eduard Grebe highlighting police brutality spurred the Cape Town Rastafarian community to protest outside Woodstock Police Station today.

By Mary-Anne Gontsana - 14 January 2016

I was jailed for filming a police assault

How the cops locked me up for trying to stop police brutality and then carried out an even more vicious beating in front of me.

By Eduard Grebe - 8 January 2016

“The police & I”: a sex worker’s story

Richard is a 38-year-old, gay male sex worker. He was born in East London and has been based in Cape Town since 1999. He has been in “the business” (the sex work industry) for over 20 years.

Jonathan Dockney - 6 August 2013