Press Releases

Press Releases

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04/03/2011 Idasa: The Institute for Democracy in Africa Police Accountability Cannot be Avoided this Time
20/08/2012 South African Institute of Race Relations Police Action at Lonmin Mine Reminiscent of Sharpeville Massacre
04/07/2011 Abahlali baseMjondolo Police and Municipal Security Break the Ward Councillor's Promise and Return to Kennedy
10/03/2011 Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce Police Assault Sex Workers and Get Caught Red Handed Taking Money from Sex Worker
08/03/2013 SACBC Justice and Peace Department Police Brutality Statement from the SACBC Justice and Peace Department
02/09/2009 Guguelthu Anti-Eviction Campaign Police Criticised for Illegally Destroying Building
20/06/2013 Freedom of Expression Institute Police Intimidation Against Bay TV: A Threat to Media Freedom
21/02/2011 South African Institute of Race Relations Police’s Commitment to Fight Criminality in its Ranks
17/04/2013 Shukumisa Campaign Policy, Budget for Sexual Offences in South Africa Inadequate - Shukumisa Campaign
24/03/2014 Treatment Action Campaign Political Parties Respond to People’s Health Manifesto
14/02/2014 Freedom of Expression Institute Political Tolerance Critical for Free Expression in this Election
05/05/2009 Surplus People Project Poor, Black Cape Flats Farmers face eviction threat
17/05/2011 Population Matters Population Matters for a Sustainable Future
23/01/2012 South African Institute of Race Relations Population Would Be 4.4 Million More Without HIV/AIDS
07/03/2013 Bench Marks Foundation Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources Urged to Consider Key Recommendations
01/12/2011 Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Positive Generation: Voices for An AIDS-Free Future - MSF Pays Tribute to the People Fighting HIV/AIDS
08/05/2013 Southern Africa Litigation Centre Positive Reinforcement - Advocating for International Criminal Justice in Africa
06/04/2009 CIVICUS Postponement of the 2009 CIVICUS World Assembly
11/08/2009 Walter Sisulu University Potential Centre of Excellence in Journalism Training in Africa, Walter Sisulu University to Train Community Broadcasters
15/10/2009 African Monitor Poverty and Hunger – How long will this continue to plague Africa?
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