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Ramaphosa to Lead Delegation at WEF2017
Support for Shiraaz Mohamed
Patient's Hospital Ordeal
Lion Attack in Limpopo
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Another Bullying Video from Stellenbosch School
Twitter Praises for Anti-Corruption Drive
Job Losses in SA Poultry Industry
HIV Vaccine Trial in SA
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Invest and Mobilise to End Violence Against Women
Thursday, 1 December, 2016 - 09:41
One in three women around the world experience violence in their lifetime, often in the hands of someone they know, love and trust
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign which takes place each year and runs from 25 November to 10 December
Bill Threatening Journalism in SA to be Re-Introduced to Parliament
The Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill is expected to be introduced to parliament before the end of the year and anxiety around it still abounds
Africa: We Can Lead the Way in Ending Aids, Malaria and TB
African leaders have committed to ending AIDS, TB and malaria since 2001, and over the past few decades, extraordinary global solidarity and resources have helped transform this fight
Trade and Industry Committee Welcomes Release Of Crucial Bills
The Portfolio Committee on Trade and Industry has welcomed the release of two long awaited Bills that are critical for the South African society
Why Societies Must Protect Children If They Want Fewer Criminals
As Sunday marked the International Day of Non-Violence, reducing violence should start with protecting and nurturing children, writes The Conversation Africa.
Term-Limit Changes the Biggest Threat to Democracy in Africa?
As the world commemorates the International Day of Democracy (15 September), focus is turning to Africa, a continent with a number of longest-serving presidents
Will the Zambian Poll Results Trigger a Constitutional Crisis?
The results of Zambia’s historic five-ballot election are threatening to plunge the country into a constitutional crisis, writes Motsamai
SA’s Finance Minister is Vindicating the Law by Ignoring Police Unit
Powell discusses the tension between the finance minister and the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in relation to the law
What is at Stake for New Councils in South Africa?
This article discusses the decline in the voters’ support for the ANC and the implications for budget expenditure and service delivery at local government sphere
Is Service Delivery Protest a Meaningful Act of Expression or An Act that Can Just Be Switched Off?
“…access to information has a critical role to play in the democratic process, writes Lebogang Marishane
New Master's in Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS)
2017 Eco-Logic Awards
Call for Applications: Atlantic Fellows Programme at the London School of Economics
Central Gauteng Mental Health Society: Social Work Intership
RNTC: Media Campaigns
IAJ: Mobile Journalism Course
Durban Givers Summit
NPO Leadership Forums in Partnership with ABSA CSI Foundation
People First Foundation: NPO Leadership Forums!