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Kwanele, Enough! My Battle with the South African Police Service to get Justice for Women by Andy Kawa

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Publikasiedatum: October 2020 

Andy Kawa’s life was changed irrevocably when she took a stroll on the popular King’s Beach in Port Elizabeth. She was dragged into nearby dunes, held and assaulted by several men. Her attackers were never caught. Kawa successfully sued the police for failing to properly investigate the attack. Justice Sarah Sephton found police officers were ‘grossly negligent’. The police appealed, and won. Kawa would not give up her fight for justice. She has begun her appeal to the Constitutional Court.