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Thursday, 21 July, 2016 - 11:38
In this article the author highlights the challenges experienced by farm workers in the wine farms in the Western Cape and the contribution of philanthropists in changing the situation
In this interview, Kate Skinner, a PhD student in Media Studies at University of the Witwatersrand, discusses the challenges faced by the SABC and also suggest possible solutions 
This article focuses on the Fragile States Index, which ranks countries according to 12 social, economic, political and military indicators Is the Fragile States Index ‘Fatally Flawed’?
South Africa should support a resolution calling for the establishment of an Independent Expert on Protection against Violence and Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Civil society organisations should work within the constitutional framework to ensure that they contribute meaningfully to the drafting of the new NPO Act.
The author attended the annual meetings of the African Development Bank and shares her views regarding the role of civil society
Africa should cooperate with relevant international institutions to ensure that money stolen by corrupt leaders and invested in foreign countries in returned
The author looks at the basics needed to deliver equal opportunity with respect to education
There are disconcerting parallels between recent remarks by the State Security Minister and the laws and habits of other BRICS countries regarding NGOs wishing to operate in those territories, writes Gastrow
The judiciary should consider using a capabilities approach to review government’s resource allocation decisions in socioeconomic rights cases, writes van der Berg
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