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Jaap de Visser Sep 4
Thanks to my fabulous panelists Dr Makhosi Khoza () and Dr Tracy Ledger () for discussing options to address municipal failures at . It's about basic administration and rule of law but also about community involvement and leadership.
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Tshepo Skosana Sep 5
The State v Her: The use of women's bodies as a sacrifice.
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Tshepo Skosana Sep 5
'The law (and the courts) should reflect womens lived realities.'
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LRC South Africa Sep 5
comes to an end. Thank you to everyone who participated and supported our Twitter efforts. Shout out to the organisations which took part and actively engaged in robust debates and self-reflection. Thank you to for hosting us.
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Tshepo Skosana Sep 5
'Civil society is a critical part of government.' Mark Heywood
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#MamaOle Sep 4
"I am in the sector not for me but for the next generation to know that it is okay to be in the sector and also for my daughter" Ntombi Bhengu
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Suraya Pillay Sep 3
Education is key in addressing the issue of Xenophobia
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CALS Sep 5
Replying to @CALS_ZA
Runciman: Restriction on the is not only on unemployed people. New labour law amendments will restrict workers' rights to strike and move them far away from work places. This is a combined attack on the working class
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ProBono.Org Sep 4
Comments from the audience Change takes time. Mistakes will be made. There will be trauma.
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TrendWiki South Africa Sep 4
***New Trend Alert*** 1. Selby 2. Jacob Zuma 3. Cristiano Ronaldo 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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#MamaOle Sep 4
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inAbox Sep 4
The township economy is worth > R1Billion!!! Challenge yourself and go into business now with our amazing mobile food kitchens, R28600 gets you our 2.4m which is licensed and equipped SABS approved. 📞0732866235
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TrendWiki South Africa Sep 4
***New Trend Alert*** 1. 2. Faith Muthambi 3. Colin Kaepernick 4. Stuart Baxter 5. Vincent Smith 6. Lebo Mothiba 7. Lionel Messi 8. 9.
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Lorenzo Wakefield Sep 4
. speaking truths on what transformation in the Public Interest Law Sector really mean. “Transformation is not an event. It’s a process.” We’re not here to set black & women lawyers up for failure.
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LawyersHumanRights Sep 5
Replying to @Zwncube
. "every child has a right to a nationality, and political manifesto's must focus on this"
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Liesl Heila Muller Sep 5
The sustainability of community advice offices are at risk if the does not step in and finance them for the service they deliver on behalf of the state.
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SERI Sep 5
Section27: Understaffing in health facilities is a serious concern. 3 out of 4 specialist posts in Limpopo are currently vacant.
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Lufuno Ndouvhada Sep 4
policy does not effect transformation, policy is part of transformation.
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CALS Sep 5
Replying to @CALS_ZA
Runciman: Private security being used to respond to protest is a real problem. We need to respond to it as academics and practitioners
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Busisiwe Nkosi Sep 5
Session on public interest organisations and political lobbying. Powerful panel of speakers: Ishtar Lakhani, Lindiwe Mazibuko and Mark Heywood.
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