Kwanele, Enough! - My Battle With The South African Police Service To Get Justice For Women (Paperback)


In December 2010 while in Port Elizabeth, Andy Kawa was abducted, attacked and raped for 15 hours at Kings Beach. Her attackers were never caught. She successfully sued the police for failing to properly investigate her attack.

In November 2018, Port Elizabeth Judge Sarah Sephton found police officers were 'grossly negligent' in the performance of their duties with regards to her case both in the search and investigation.

This is Andy's story.


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In December 2010 while in Port Elizabeth, Andy Kawa was abducted, attacked and raped for 15 hours at Kings Beach. Her attackers were never caught. She successfully sued the police for failing to properly investigate her attack.

In November 2018, Port Elizabeth Judge Sarah Sephton found police officers were 'grossly negligent' in the performance of their duties with regards to her case both in the search and investigation.

This is Andy's story.

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Touching story of victims all over the world. Excellent and highly recommended even for those supporting victims

Product Details

General

Imprint

Tafelberg Publishers Ltd ,South Africa

Country of origin

South Africa

Release date

October 2020

Availability

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Dimensions

235 x 153 x 18mm (L x W x T)

Format

Paperback

Pages

223

ISBN-13

978-0-624-08977-3

Barcode

9780624089773

Categories

LSN

0-624-08977-0



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