The Wits Justice Project’s research desk focuses on both supporting the important work of our senior journalists, and producing publications of relevance to the Wit’s Justice Project’s core mandate.
Publications include compilations of our award-winning investigations and anthologies of our annual stakeholder debates.
Our most recent research output, examining the Wits Justice Project’s Justice Show on Johannesburg’s community radio stations, along with our other output, is accessible below:
- Preventing Torture in South Africa: Proceedings of the Wits Justice Project Torture Prevention Symposium in 2014
- Anthology of the Justice for Breakfast Roundtable Debates 2014
- The DNA Act Explained: what does it mean for accused persons (also available in IsiZulu)
- How to obtain transcripts from the Court (also available in IsiZulu)
- What you should know about your lawyer (also available in IsiZulu)
- Documenting the early days of the Wits Justice Show
- Anthology of the Justice for Breakfast Roundtable Debates 2012 and 2013
- When perpetrator becomes victim: reports on torture in South Africa
- Know your rights: A simple guide to South African criminal procedure (also available in IsiZulu)
- Legal Journalist of the year award for 2011 and 2012 – award-winning pieces
- An analysis of remand detention
- “It could be you” talk show, Old Women’s Prison, Constitutional Hill
- Bail and remand detention. Entry points into evaluating Gauteng’s court stakeholders