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It is easy, with all the brouhaha taking place in Parliament recently - the expulsion of members of the Economic Freedom Fighters for ‘unparliamentary’ behaviour; their failure to respect the office of the Speaker; the presence of riot police in the parliamentary precinct; the vilification of the Public Protector by some members of parliament (MPs); and the withdrawal of opposition parties from the Ad-hoc Committee on Nkandla – to forget that much of the work of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces takes place in the Portfolio Committees and the Select Committees resp
"Civil society must change the colonial paradigm within which civil society operates in South Africa. These formations take an oppositional posture. These institutions masquerade as representatives of the people. The lines get blurred between them and the parliamentary opposition”.
Cross-Border Observations from India and South Africa In early 2013, two young women were brutally gang-raped and murdered in different parts of the world: Jyoti Singh Pandey, a 23-year-old from India and 17-year-old Anene Booysen in South Africa. Both cases received uncharacteristic attention but what were the dynamics and specific factors and circumstances that propelled them into national and international prominence and can unpacking this influence the development of enhanced strategies to tackling endemic violence against women?
The overall goal of the Integrated Access to Care and Treatment (I ACT) is 'to promote early recruitment and retention of people living with HIV into care and support programmes. I ACT strives to improve the uptake of Pre-ART Care in Health Facilities and HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) opportunities.' I ACT, Integrated Access to Care and Treatment, supports people living with HIV by providing knowledge and skills through:
The Programme Director The honourable Deputy Minister, Buti Manamela Chairperson of National Lottery Board, Prof Nevhutanda Chairperson of SANGONeT, Tebogo Makgatho Executive Director of SANGONeT, Kenneth Thlaka Distinguished guest Ladies and gentlemen   It an honour to be afforded an opportunity to speak at such an auspicious occasion and represent my President and my organisation SANGOCO. Our partnership with SANGONeT is a match born of South African conditions of struggle for freedom.
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The South African National NGO Coalition (SANGOCO), in partnership with the Southern African NGO Network (SANGONeT), launched the Tipfuxeni Project, on 23 September 2014 in Johannesburg.
Deputy Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Honourable Buti Manamela, Chairperson of the National Lotteries Board, Professor Nevuthanda, The leadership of SANGONeT and SANGOCO, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, I greet you. My name is Kenneth Thlaka, executive director at SANGONeT
Deputy Minister of Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Honourable Buti Manamela, Chairperson of the National Lotteries Board, Professor Nevuthanda, SANGONeT and SANGOCO leadership and staff, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, I greet you. My name is Tebogo Makgatho, Board Chairperson at SANGONeT.
Humanity has run so far down the line in scientific discoveries that have made life better. I am referring here to the advent of electricity, airplanes, computers, Internet and the list is endless. The development from the feudal system into capitalism - from autocracy into democracy - has moved beyond any mind boggling event. This is reflective of our own history since the release of Nelson Mandela in 1990 from Victor Verster prison, which changed completely the South African outlook to this day.

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