Press Releases

Press Releases

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01/09/2014 Treatment Action Campaign On the Day that 130 Community Health Workers Appear in Bloemfontein Magistrates Court TAC Charges MEC Benny Malakoane with Corruption
09/12/2011 Freedom of Expression Institute On the Victimisation and Assault of Activists at COP17
06/02/2009 Abahlali baseMjondolo Once Again Our Children Are Being Evicted from Schools
24/05/2011 Association For Rural Advancement (AFRA) & Land Rights Legal Unit (LRLU) Once Again, the Gongolo Community Is Disappointed
11/11/2014 enke Make Your Mark One Day Leader to Inspire Youth in Bloemfontein
18/07/2006 One in Nine Campaign: Identifies Next Case for Intervention and Solidarity
05/12/2012 OneVoice South Africa OneVoice South Africa Reaches Out to Young People
16/05/2008 Ongoing Imprisonment of Civil Society Leader is Part of Pattern of Repression
12/03/2013 South African Institute of Race Relations Only a Third of Children Live With Both Parents
16/07/2014 Open Democracy Advice Centre Open Democracy Advice Centre Calls for Legal Support for Alide Dasnois
06/11/2007 Open Disclosure Welcomes Inquiry into Abuse at Oprah’s Leadership Academy
06/11/2007 Open Disclosure Welcomes the Sentencing of Serial Killer Jabulani Nyauza
19/05/2009 SWEAT Open letter from SWEAT
19/04/2012 Treatment Action Campaign Open Letter to the Medicines Control Council and Ministry of Health on Urgent Need for Compassionate Use of bedaquiline for XDR-TB and pre-XDR-TB in SA
27/07/2012 South African Institute of Race Relations Open letter to the Minister of Basic Education
26/05/2009 Open Mobile Consortium Open Mobile Consortium launches with open source mobile tools for change
21/07/2005 Operation Hunger: Funding Zimbabwe
04/03/2014 South African Institute of Race Relations Opinion Polls Take SA’s Temperature: People Losing Confidence
16/05/2014 United States Embassy Opportunities to Interview South Africa’s 2014 YALI Washington Fellows
18/11/2010 Optimum Population Trust Optimum Population Trust: Climate Change Process “Must Ultimately Fail” Unless Populations Are Stabilised
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