Justice for Breakfast


Justice for Breakfast 2015 – Speakeasy: If I could do it my way…

The final installment of the 2015 Justice for Breakfast series brought together innovative thinkers from criminal justice, social development and governance to present audacious and challenging ideas in a safe and non-judgmental space.

The morning saw seven presenters outlining how they would solve the critical challenges of creating safety, enhancing justice and building social cohesion in the country. With ideas ranging from the dissolution of national borders to the disarmament of South Africa the event generated robust debates and fascinating discussions.

Each of the seven videos below includes an idea presented by a Justice for Breakfast panelist, followed by debate and discussion.


Prince Nare – Just Detention International


Thembekile Molaudzi – wrongfully imprisoned for 11 years


Barbara Holtmann – Council for Scientific and Industrial Research


Silver Shabalala – Footballers for Life


Alex van den Heever – Wits School of Governance


Ingrid Palmary – African Centre for Migration Studies


Anton Harber – Head of Wits Journalism







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