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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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phumla williams Nov 14
Good afternoon good people. Just wish to reconfirm every word of my testimony to the Zondo Commission!
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LawyersHumanRights Nov 14
[PRESS RELEASE] HOME AFFAIRS TO DISCONTINUE BIRTH CERTIFICATES FOR FOREIGN CHILDREN
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ParlyBeat Nov 14
Oral question on whether citizenship will be revoked in light of alleged irregularities with , stand over on request of acting minister Blade Nzimande.
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People's Assembly Nov 12
Section 25 Constitutional Review Committee and legislation are under the spotlight 💡 🗓️ Find all the details for the legislative programme this week here:
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ParlyBeat Nov 12
Public hearings on strategy in 's PC on Wednesday. Public input will help determine whether more resources should be allocated to priority stations for safety.
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Parliament of RSA Nov 5
Happening at Parliament This Week
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GroundUp Nov 4
What HHP has taught us about mental health in the black community.
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LawyersHumanRights Nov 4
LHR’s Land and Housing Unit team will be in the Supreme Court of Appeal today for an appeal against a Western Cape High Court decision concerning the
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Women Enabled Int'l Nov 4
In China, girls with disabilities are particularly subject to abandonment. Statistics show that about 5,000 orphans from China are adopted in the U.S. every year, mostly abandoned girls with different kinds of “birth defects.”
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Bhekisisa M&G Health Nov 5
[WATCH] Moon cups, period panties & reusable pads are great, if you have access to clean water.
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HEALA Nov 4
DID YOU KNOW: 39% of deaths in South Africa are caused by noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes. Most sports drinks have 4 or more teaspoons of sugar.
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Reclaim the City Nov 1
👀 this. press conference at Salt River Market. There is a concerted attack to block this project from property power cabal. Why? It proves GOOD public land CAN be unlocked for social housing and they KNOW it’ll mean eyes turn to other land they intend to capture.
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MenEngage Africa Nov 1
. of kicks off the 4th day of short course, focusing on gender-based violence: theory and manifestations- focus on Africa.
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amaBhungane Oct 31
Meet the enablers who helped Markus Jooste and the Steinhoff family do secret deals with their own company. Our 6000 word exposé is online tomorrow.
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Nicol Faasen Oct 31
: Malcolm Dewey's interview with André Myburgh on its impact on visual artists (with transcription): “South Africa’s Great Copyright Experiment: A Missed Opportunity?”:
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Pippa Green Oct 31
Good discussion with Dr Thami Mazwai. Here’s ⁦⁩ latest book on , which now employs abt 2m: The South African Informal Sector: Creating jobs, reducing poverty (Ed: ⁦⁩) ⁩ ⁦
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Conversation Africa Oct 31
South African voters are moving beyond party loyalty: they want delivery
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Bafana Khumalo Nov 1
The historic National Summit against Gender Based Violence & Femicide convened by the Presidency. The time has arrived for a comprehensive GBV-NSP.
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FHR Nov 1
Women signing ahead of the National Summit Against Gender-Based Violence #DonorConference
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Chevon Booysen Nov 1
Armed Anti-Gang Unit officers are present at court 16 in the Cape Town Magistrates Court ahead of two murder suspects appearing for the murder of
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