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ParlyBeat is a biweekly digital newsletter aimed at linking policy and oversight processes in Parliament to the lived realities of ordinary people.
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Women&Democracy_Initiative 2m
Draft bill was circulated early March with the wanting to pass the law by end-March limiting any substantial public participation. Weak pub participation can lead to law with poor accountability structure for decisions on public money. .
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The  rushed through a very important prov  law that could provide for a much needed structured process on the prov. finance oversight process.The law however, is severely flawed, writes Sean Muller.
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ParlyBeat Mar 22
Pres. on the campaign trail in Delft and Mfuleni today. Photo: Dennis Cruywagen.
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Right2Know Mar 22
| Did you know that about two-thirds of the country is arid or semi-arid?
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RSJC Mar 22
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ParlyBeat Mar 22
Pres. tells S Africans to NOT panic over @ election meetings in Delft and Mfuleni today. Says nothing is more urgent than restoring power. (Electricity power or ANC power-which is it? 🙄🤔)
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Jaap de Visser Mar 22
LISTEN: 's Funmilola Adeniyi on why so many students on campuses go hungry, how this impacts their chances to succeed and who is responsible for realising their right of access to food.
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ParlyBeat Mar 22
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ParlyBeat Mar 20
Malusi , who made it onto the ANC partylist again, told a senior executive to 'look after' the @ meeting in their home, comm hears.Friday is 's turn to explain allegation that Guptas made him sportsminister.
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Food Security SA Mar 20
Coretta Jonah, one of our researchers, was interviewed this week about the link between the right to food and the right to health with reference to . Listen on
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People's Assembly Mar 20
Keep an eye on the timetable as we march towards March 8th!👇
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Hennie van Vuuren Mar 20
This is an incredibly important long read by Canadian investigative journalist . He exposes a band of bounty hunters, including ex spies and arms dealers all lead by a Canadian billionaire who hope to cash in on apartheid era crimes...
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DullahOmarInstitute Mar 20
Seminar Invitation: Human rights in South Africa and Argentina – The experience of the Robben island Prison and the ESMA Memory Site.
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Thandi Smith Mar 20
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Andrew Faull Mar 19
JOIN US: Are you interested in promoting evidence-based policing in South Africa? Join our first dialogues on the subject in the first and second weeks of April, Pretoria and Cape Town. Contact me for details.
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McIntosh Polela Mar 20
Folks who are defenders of state capture always try to remind you of the corruption by the "Apartheid government" or "White Corruption," as if corruption by a section of society is better & forgivable because of skin colour. All corruption is wrong and should be punished, period.
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Public Protector SA Mar 20
MEDIA STATEMENT: Public Protector takes State Security Minister to task over contemptuous conduct and interference
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Jen Thorpe Mar 20
Very proud to have been nominated by to be a commissioner amongst such amazing candidates
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Ndifuna Ukwazi Mar 19
WATCH THIS THREAD: NU Press Statement: Ndifuna Ukwazi Report calls for the redistribution of golf courses, bowling greens and parking lots for affordable housing.
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City Press Mar 19
Newsletter| Parliament has adopted two controversial traditional leadership bills, both of which undermine citizenship and property rights of 17 million of the poorest and most vulnerable South Africans living in former homelands, writes Aninka Claassens
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