Human Rights

Thursday, 21 February, 2019 - 13:57
On October 9, 2018, I stood before Judge Babalwa Mantame and took an Oath of Office. Isaid: “I will be faithful to the Republic of South Africa and will obey, respect and uphold theConstitution and all other law in the Republic; and I undertake to hold my office asMinister with honour and dignity; to be a true and faithful counsellor … and to performthe functions of my office conscientiously and to the best of my ability.”  
X'se 2019 Elections
“It has been designed by young people, with young people, for young people. We therefore hope that they will be in a position to attract as many South Africans as possible, especially young people.”
The Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment
The court ruling has set a precedent: the departments tasked with protecting the environment have to do due diligence. They have to do more than tick boxes when it comes to looking after the environment. Importantly, the minerals department now has...
All four of SA's major mobile operators made complex presentations at the CompCom's Data Services Market Inquiry in Pretoria yesterday. The CompCom has been holding public hearings from Wednesday to look into the state of competition in the data...
UN TB Summit 2018
The ink's mostly dry on the 16-page declaration, which you can check out below, but activists are expecting countries, including the United States, to capitalise on the meeting to make some major announcements.
We hope, the government will make the Eskom deal available for scrutiny, given the strategic sector of the investment and that taxpayers will foot the bill.
SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago has a fight on his hands to protect the central bank
This article looks at list of some of the women who led the march that challenged the apartheid system in 1956
Mass protests against gender-based violence are set to take place across the country on August 1 under #TotalShutdown
As it is the case every winter, poor South Africans who rely on paraffin as their only source of energy continue to be exposed to shack-related fires, paraffin-related burns and deaths
The June 16 1976 Uprising that began in Soweto and spread countrywide profoundly changed the socio-political landscape in South Africa
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