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Vigilantism in South Africa carries historical imprints of past violence against black people

By Gail Super, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
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The study highlights the flimsy boundaries between different forms of violence: torture and extrajudicial punishment, lawful arrest, and an unlawful kidnapping.The Conversation

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