Press Releases

Press Releases

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16/04/2008 SA Lesbian And Gay Community Concerned About Democracy Crisis In Zimbabwe
08/11/2012 South African National Council for the Blind SA National Council for the Blind Commends New Mandela Series Notes
05/09/2006 SA Red Cross: The King and I Causes a Stir at Red Cross
11/01/2013 National Council Against Smoking SA Signs New WHO Treaty Against Tobacco Smuggling
13/07/2011 South African Broadcasting Corporation SABC Acting GCEO Meets With Independent Producers
07/09/2011 South African Broadcasting Corporation SABC Appear Before Select Committee on Labour and Public Enterprises
20/10/2011 Broadcasting, Electronic, Media and Allied Workers Union SABC Board Chairperson Must Resign
21/11/2013 SOS: Support Public Broadcasting Coalition SABC Board Stability and Transparency Critical for Public Confidence and SABC Success
06/08/2010 SOS SABC Crisis Deepens - Parliament Must Investigate, Board Chair Must Resign or be Removed
27/11/2012 South African Broadcasting Corporation SABC Reacts With Concern to Claim of Banning of Fish and Chip Company Advert
14/04/2011 Media Monitoring Africa SABC: Violence Exposed, Ethics Ignored
13/02/2007 SACAN: Time for Denialists to Face the Heat
27/06/2013 Southern African Clothing and Textile Workers’ Union SACTWU ICT Training for Senior Shop Stewards to Commence
06/12/2011 South African Depression and Anxiety Group SADAG PSA Wins at M-Net TAG Awards
14/08/2007 SADC Leaders Urged to Adopt Gender Protocol
09/12/2013 Southern African Development Community - Council of Non-Governmental Organisations SADC-CNGO Condolence Message to the Mandela Family
09/12/2013 Southern African Development Community - Council of Non-Governmental Organisations SADC-CNGO Statement on the Death of Comrade Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela
15/10/2007 SADC: Take Action to End Zimbabwe Rights Crisis
08/04/2008 SADPD: Ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
06/12/2013 South African Democratic Teachers Union SADTU Pays Tribute to Mandela
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