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“These schemes - non-idemnity, risk-rated funds - were able to attract young and healthy members away from other funds, which relied on their contributions to cross-subsidise the sick and elderly, he said.”
“Van Niekerk further testified about a proposal to request idemnity from criminal prosecution for the Inkatha recruits.”
“No member of the National Defence Force should find it necessary to apply for idemnity, Former Defence Minister Gen Magnus Malan was quoted as saying, SABC radio news reported on Sunday.”
“(1900 GMT) to hand in their firearms, in exchange for idemnity from prosecution if their weapons are illegal and”
“The police on Wednesday expressed alarm because only three AK47 rifles had been surrendered in terms of the idemnity on unlicensed arms and ammunition.”
“Toti Zulu called for an "across-the-board" idemnity process.”
“Mr Tillet claimed there was no coherency in the idemnity process because IFP members were still being held while African National”
“The Inkatha Freedom Party on Thursday said 150 criminals belonging to the organisation would embark on an indefinite hunger strike at prisons throughout Natal on Friday to press for political idemnity.”
“He said the prisoners all qualified for idemnity in terms of”
“Apart from the above, the Government and the ANC have been involved over a long period in bilateral talks on a number of issues identified as far back as the Pretoria Minute, which should and could be finalised in one single agreement with a multilateral effect, including the disputed prisoners; the lack of idemnity for MK and senior officials of the ANC; the future of MK; and the arms caches.”
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