Governance and democracy Articles

When MDGs are not Met, the Dignity of the Majority of African People is Seriously Undermined
Creating Wealth Through Indigenous Languages
Unemployment and the Rights of Workers
When the Leadership Lost Vision, the Poor Suffer
Is South Africa Bidding Farewell to Free Press?
Protection of Information Bill: SA Media Under Attack
Change Is A Process, Not an Event or Holiday
Civil Society Statement on Protection of Information Bill: Let the Truth be Told - Stop the Secrecy Bill!
Serving our Life Sentence in the Shacks
We Must Come Together to End Xenophobic Violence
Sexual Violence Equals Silence: In Solidarity with the One in Nine Campaign
Take a Seat: Women’s Political Representation in Sub-Saharan Africa
South African Education is Doomed until Teachers are Taught
Keep the Flag Flying Long After Final Whistle Sounds
Service Delivery: How About Real Equitable Distribution of State Revenue to Less Endowed Municipalities?
Johannesburg’s Informal Traders Score During World Cup
Is Human Trafficking a Problem in Namibia?
Porous Borders Allow Human Trafficking to Flourish
The First Poor People’s World Cup on African Soil
Defuse the Ticking Unemployment Bomb Before It Explodes
South Africa and the 2010 World Cup: Pushing Women’s Rights Further to the Fringe…
The Soccer World Cup Might Limit the Poor’s Access to Emergency Services
Celebrating Africa Day: Remembering Our Commitment to ‘Never Again’
Africa - A Continent with a Future Full of Hope
Who’s Feeling It? Informal traders and the World Cup
The Economic Crisis and Its Implication for Workers
Win or Lose? Nationalisation of Mines and the Nonprofit Sector
Advocating for ‘Female-Controlled’ HIV Prevention
World Cup 2010 and the Legalisation of Sex Work: Postulations and Expostulations
New Partnership for Africa’'s Development
‘Tis the Season of Promises
South African Local Government: 10 Years Later
Service Delivery Protests: People Need Services
The Controversial Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill: A Human Rights Concern
Activating for Change
Equality Court Agrees, Speech Can Be Deadly Weapon
South Africa’s King III: A Commercial Governance Code Determining Standards of Conduct for CSOs
Advocating for Sex Workers’ Rights
NPOs and King III: How to Apply?
The Matric Results Debate: Transforming Our Education System

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