WATCH: Timol's family call for probe into more apartheid-era atrocities

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Ahmed Timol's nephew Imitiaz Cajee addresses media after Judge Billy Mothle ruled that Timol was pushed from the 10th floor of the John Vorster Prison in Johannesburg.

JOHANNESBURG – The family of anti-apartheid activist, Ahmed Timol says the state is dragging its feet.

In 2017, the inquest into Timol&39;s death was reopened.

It found he was murdered and did not commit suicide.

WATCH: Ahmed Timol was murdered, judge rules

However, none of the officers involved have been charged.

Timol&39;s nephew, Imtiaz Cajee said they are putting pressure on the state to probe information relating to eight more atrocities allegedly perpetrated by apartheid-era police.