Earlier this month Wits Justice Project client Thembekile Molaudzi was released from prison after his conviction for murder and robbery was reversed by the Constitutional Court of South Africa. Molaudzi served eleven years of a life sentence, during which time he was subjected to torture and forced into solitary confinement.
See below for recent new stories and podcasts featuring Molaudzi and Carolyn Raphaely, the journalist who investigated his case and helped prove his innocence.
Kaya FM – Today with John Perlman: https://soundcloud.com/kayafm959/today-with-john-pelman-7-jul-2015-thembekile-molaudzi-in-prison-after-falsely-accused-of-murder?in=kayafm959/sets/today-with-john-perlman-23-april-2014
Cliff Central, Host Gary Herzberg, on “Laws of Life”
Innocent man’s long walk to freedom – The Star
For Thembekile Molaudzi, justice delayed was justice denied – Daily Maverick. Also appeared in All Africa
Wrongful Arrest: 11 Agonising Years Behind Bars – EWN
Wrongfully Arrested Man Opens Up About 11-year Imprisonment – EWN
Man Finally free after 11 years of wrongful imprisonment – North Eastern Tribune