Press Releases

Press Releases

Date publishedsort icon Organisation
04/02/2015 Equal Education EE, PSAM and EELC Welcome Recommendations to National Treasury for the Establishment of a Conditional Grant for Learner Transport
04/02/2015 South African Depression and Anxiety Group New Study in SA Workplace - Depression Impairs Employees Intellectual Functioning
03/02/2015 Institute for Security Studies The AU Should Take Early Action on Third Term Bids
03/02/2015 Centre for Human Rights South Africa Must Strongly Reject Xenophobia
03/02/2015 South African Institute of Race Relations Traffic in the Sky
02/02/2015 FW de Klerk Foundation FW De Klerk Foundation Awards 2015 FW De Klerk Goodwill Award to Afrika Tikkun
02/02/2015 South African Institute of Race Relations SA Government Marches Towards Fiscal Cliff – IRR Report
27/01/2015 Sonke Gender Justice Sonke Gender Justice Condemns the Outbreak of Xenophobic Violence in Gauteng
27/01/2015 Doctors without Borders (MSF) Making HIV an ‘Undetectable’ Virus
26/01/2015 Equal Education South African Government’s Declaration on Education Clause Mars the Welcome Ratification of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
26/01/2015 Equal Education Youth Wage Subsidy Shown to Have Zero Effect
26/01/2015 WoMin-African - Women Unite against Destructive Resource Extraction African Women Say 'No' to Coal!
24/01/2015 Lawyers for Human Rights LHR Condemns Xenophobic Violence and Calls for Calm
23/01/2015 South African National Editors’ Forum SANEF Condemns Police Intimidation of SAPA Journalist and Mob Attack on EWN Journalist
21/01/2015 Nal’ibali Reading Resolutions: Make Reading With Your Children A Commitment In 2015 With Nal’ibali
21/01/2015 Cotlands Sponsor a Playgroup
20/01/2015 Institute for Security Studies Steering the Global Response to Emerging Threats at Davos
20/01/2015 South African Human Rights Commission Protesters Should Respect Rights of Others Including Children to School
16/01/2015 Opposition Urban Tolling Alliance More Concerns than Compliments on Gauteng’s e-Toll Panel Report
16/01/2015 Doctors without Borders (MSF) Thousands of Malawian Victims of Flood Unable to Receive Aid
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