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SAHRCommission 18h
Watch: Security of tenure and land ownership for Women need urgent attention – Dr Shanelle van der Berg via
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SAHRCommission 18h
Watch: Where there is land redistribution, there is insufficient post transfer report – Dr Shanelle van der Berg via
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SAHRCommission 18h
watch: This report talks about the rights of citizens rather than the powers of the state – Professor Ruth Hall via
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SAHRCommission 18h
Watch: There is huge gap between land redistribution and restitution legislation – Dr Shanelle van der Berg via
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SAHRCommission 18h
Watch: The Department of Justice must train SAPS, Prosecutors and Magistrate on the interpretation of Extension of Security of Tenure Act – Alexandra Fitzgerald via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: Security of Tenure remains a huge problem in mining communities – Dr Shanelle van der Berg via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: SAHRC will monitor the implementation of its previous recommendations on land rights – Alexandra Fitzgerald via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: SAHRC must take the report on rural land use to the Inter Ministerial Committee on Land Reform – Professor Ruth Hall via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: People are being dispossessed of their community land by big corporation – Professor Ruth Hall via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: Land is central to all livelihoods and cultures in communities in South Africa – Dr Shanelle van der Berg... via
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SAHRCommission 19h
Watch: Extension of Security of Tenure Act is used only to protect land owners – Commissioner Chris Nissen via
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
Responding to you on? Is it a complaint lodged at a provincial office? Please provide details.
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
Herewith our statement on the matter. SAHRC to Take Action on Politician’s Alleged Utterances,
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
Replying to @Tinkerbones2
Good day. Please see other tweets from our statement or click on the link for detailed information
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
Regarding the banning of certain media houses by Mr Malema and the EFF, the Commission will investigate the possible violation of the right to freedom of expression under section 16(1) of the Constitution.
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
condemns these racially divisive utterances, as they go against the non-racialist values upon which South Africa’s constitutional democracy is founded and will therefore refer the matter to the Equality Court.
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
is of the view that the social media utterances by Mr around former President Robert Mugabe’s passing away, on a prima facie basis, amount to hate speech....
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
is deeply concerned by recent utterances attributed to Mr Julius Malema, a Member of Parliament and the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF)
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
Replying to @TonyLeonSA
Here is our statement on the matter: Media Statement: SAHRC to Take Action on Politician’s Alleged Utterances
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SAHRCommission Sep 17
At the same time, the Commission remains committed to promoting and protecting the right to freedom of expression.
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