Press Releases

Press Releases

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08/03/2011 Media Monitoring Africa Women’s issues have fallen off our priority agenda
08/03/2011 Writers Write Plain Language is an Opportunity, by Anton Behr
04/03/2011 Idasa: The Institute for Democracy in Africa Police Accountability Cannot be Avoided this Time
03/03/2011 Inyathelo – The South African Institute for Advancement ASK Inyathelo Fosters Nonprofit Sustainability
03/03/2011 Obstacles to Compliance With Jimmy Manyi’s Bill
02/03/2011 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation End Arrests, Free Detainees
02/03/2011 Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce, African Sex Workers Alliance Sex Workers Ask Civil Society to Join them on Streets to March for Human Rights
02/03/2011 The SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition SOS Welcomes Parliament’s Filling of the Four SABC Board Vacancies
02/03/2011 Jimmy Manyi is Likely to Have the Last Laugh
01/03/2011 Mindset Network 2011 Teaching Awards Broadcast on Wednesday
01/03/2011 Media Monitoring Africa Media Monitoring Africa Condemns Sunday World Demeaning ‘Coloured Woman’ and Display Sexism
28/02/2011 Timbali Technology Incubator Job creation is top priority at Timbali: Ready to expand model in other provinces
25/02/2011 CIVICUS
'>African Governments Are "Failing" Libyan Citizens and All Africans
24/02/2011 Human Rights Watch Zimbabwe: Free Activists Charged for Viewing Mideast Video
24/02/2011 CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation African Governments Fiddle While Libya Burns: CIVICUS
24/02/2011 South African Human Rights Commission, Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute The South African Human Rights Commission and the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute Undertake a Comprehensive Budget Analysis
24/02/2011 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Employees Go Barefoot for School Shoes
24/02/2011 Africa Democracy Forum Civil Society: African Governments must protect the People of Libya
23/02/2011 Junior Chamber International JCI South Africa to Host it's International Vice President from Lebanon to Engage on Creating Positive Change In Society
23/02/2011 Black Sash Sash Welcomes Bold Budget
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