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The instigators of last week's unrest will face the full might of the law, and that includes the legislation against terrorism, Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has said. The instigators of last week's unrest will face the full might of the law, and that includes the legislation against terrorism, Justice Minister Ronald Lamola has said.

#UnrestSA: Instigators could face terrorism, high treason or sedition charges - Lamola | News24

The strongest signal of the political and factional pressure over the recent public disorder emerged in Parliament on Wednesday when prosecutions boss Shamila Batohi emphasised prosecutorial independence — and the absolute must to stay above the politics. Repeatedly.The strongest signal of the political and factional pressure over the recent public disorder emerged in Parliament on Wednesday when prosecutions boss Shamila Batohi emphasised prosecutorial independence — and the absolute must to stay above the politics. Repeatedly.

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Correctional services minister Ronald Lamola says no-one who took part in acts of criminality will evade justice and some could face terrorism or related chargesCorrectional services minister Ronald Lamola says no-one who took part in acts of criminality will evade justice and some could face terrorism or related charges

Participated in the unrest? Here's what criminal charges you could face

With successful prosecution depending on the police's investigation methods, Justice Minister Ronald Lamola said that experienced senior prosecutors had already been assigned to some of the dockets involving the alleged instigators.With successful prosecution depending on the police's investigation methods, Justice Minister Ronald Lamola said that experienced senior prosecutors had already been assigned to some of the dockets involving the alleged instigators.

Lamola confident masterminds behind riots, looting suspects will be prosecuted

Batohi tells parliament the NPA and police will pursue instigators of civil unrest and lootingBatohi tells parliament the NPA and police will pursue instigators of civil unrest and looting

NPA says it will not hesitate to prosecute crimes including sedition and high treason