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Press Releases

Press Releases

Date publishedsort icon Organisation
06/03/2012 South African Transport & Allied Workers’ Union Reject the Privatisation of our Roads and Ban Labour Brokers
06/03/2012 Public Servants Association Public Servants Association Supports COSATU March Against Labour Broking and e-Tolling
06/03/2012 National Union of Mineworkers Scrap the Tollgates, Ban Labour Brokers, Says NUM
06/03/2012 National Union of Mineworkers Scrap the Tollgates, Ban Labour Brokers, Says NUM
06/03/2012 Democratic Alliance Thanks Mr Finance Minister But Toll Must Still Go
06/03/2012 Black Sash Black Sash Supports the National Strike
07/03/2012 South African Students Congress SASCO Supports the COSATU March in Defence of the Poor and in Defiance of Neo Liberalism
07/03/2012 Women's Energy and Climate Change Forum, Earthlife Africa Johannesburg Women's Demonstration on International Women's Day Against Nuclear Power
07/03/2012 Equal Education Equal Education Launches Court Case Against Minister for Basic Education, Angie Motshekga
08/03/2012 Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Maternal Death: The Avoidable Crisis
08/03/2012 Inyathelo A New Code of Governance for Non-Profits in South Africa
08/03/2012 FOUR PAWS Animal Welfare Ukrainian Bear in Need
08/03/2012 Gender Links International Women’s Day: No Equality for All Without Gender Equality
08/03/2012 Issues Big and Small for All
08/03/2012 Gender Links Launch of GL E-Shop on International Women’s Day Knowledge is Power
08/03/2012 Population Council Council Applauds New USAID Gender Equality and Female Empowerment Policy
09/03/2012 Swaziland Democracy Campaign SDC Applauds the Formation of the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland
12/03/2012 Abahlali BaseMjondolo, Abahlali BaseMjondolo of the Western Cape, Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign Abahlali Members Who Were Displaced in September 2009 Still Homeless
12/03/2012 Mail & Guardian Who Are the Women Changing South Africa?
12/03/2012 Idasa Idasa’s Judith February on Sabbatical
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