Press Releases

Press Releases

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08/05/2013 Southern Africa Litigation Centre Positive Reinforcement - Advocating for International Criminal Justice in Africa
24/11/2014 Democratic Alliance Post Office Strike Strangling NGO Sector
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?
18/07/2006 POWA: Human Rights of “Illegal” Individuals Neglected In the Sexual Offences Bill
17/11/2010 Inyathelo – The South African Institute for Advancement Power Struggles Can Disrupt Civil Society Influence
22/08/2014 PPC Helps Youth at Forest Town School
14/09/2014 PRAESA PRAESA Receives International Children's Literacy Award
28/03/2012 Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Premier Internet Standards Body Convenes International Community of Internet Engineers and Technologists
25/08/2014 Corruption Watch President Zuma a Key Hurdle to Fighting Corruption
10/04/2014 Corruption Watch President Zuma and Cabinet Should Take Collective Responsibility for Abuse of Public Resources on Nkandla Upgrade
13/06/2011 The Presidency President Zuma Appoints Four Members to the SABC Board
03/01/2013 The Presidency President Zuma Congratulates the Matriculation Class of 2012
14/02/2013 Equal Education President Zuma Must Address the Challenges facing Education in his State of the Nation Address Today
26/09/2014 Right2Know Campaign President Zuma Must Scrap the Secrecy Bill on International Right to Know Day
14/02/2014 Earthlife Africa Johannesburg President Zuma's Anti-Environment State of the Nation Speech
19/03/2014 Corruption Watch President’s Failure to Protect Public Resources Has Damaged Government’s Credibility
17/01/2012 Press Freedom Commission Press Freedom Commission Launches the Listening to SA Campaign
16/01/2012 Press Freedom Commission Press Freedom Commission Media Conference
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