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UNISA RADIO
A dynamic,vibrant, campus TALK radio station. The station prides itself with illuminate broadcast history within campus based community radio stations in SA
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phatfarm_j81 15h
Safer South African Foundation vision "The Safer South Africa Foundation exists to mobilise under-resourced communities to build awareness and ability to work together in the ‘fight against crime"
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Safer South Africa Foundation 14h
Replying to @SaferSA_
“Since I got into Safer South Africa Foundation we've been hard at work. I haven't reached my peak as the CEO but the more we hunt to make the necessary impact, is the moment when I will be happy and glad that I served my time well” - Gen M Phiyega
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UNISA RADIO 18h
All citizens have the right to participate in government and civil society- Kgosi Masibi
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UNISA RADIO 18h
Traditional Leader, Kgosi Masibi speaking about "The role of traditional leaders on access to land for the purpose of cultivating cannabis in terms of Section 30 and 31 of the Constitution"
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UNISA RADIO 18h
For every right that exists, there is some form of limitation(s) to it - Mr Elton Hart
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UNISA RADIO 18h
These laws do not take cognisence of our heritage, they were given to us - Mr Elton Hart
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UNISA RADIO 18h
University of Johannesburg's Mr Elton Hart speaks on "The implications of the dagga ruling in terms of legal representative and criminal justice system"
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UNISA RADIO 18h
We have fallen to the trap of demonising our own culture- Adv Botha
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UNISA RADIO 18h
You cannot have your rights at the expense of another person, rights need to be balanced- Adv Botha
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UNISA RADIO 18h
We need to know how we safeguard children...to prevent them from having access to dagga- Adv Richard Botha
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UNISA RADIO 18h
CRL Rights Commission Commissioner, Adv Richard Botha speaks on "Response to the Constitutional Court ruling from a cultural and religious perspective"
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UNISA RADIO 18h
We rejoice when an oppressive, discriminatory law is declared unconstitutional - Adv Mngomezulu
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UNISA RADIO 18h
SA Human Rights Commission's Legal Advisor, Mr Mngomezulu talks on "The response to the Constitutional Court ruling from a Human rights perspective"
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UNISA RADIO 20h
Replying to @bcomdeon @unisa and 4 others
From your experience, do you find it helpful and how?
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UNISA RADIO 20h
When we walk out of this , we should be Champions of leading South Africa to the right direction- Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane
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UNISA RADIO 20h
Why is it that every strength associated with an African person is destroyed? - Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane
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UNISA RADIO 20h
We are not yet liberated, the situation is worse than before 1994 - Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane
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UNISA RADIO 20h
...I resigned as an MP after realising that we are not serving our people...they still live in shacks, where is their dignity? - Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane
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UNISA RADIO 20h
We are wrong to think that "we are nothing without European mentality " - Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane
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UNISA RADIO 20h
Traditional Leader and Former ANC MP, Kgosi Setlamorago Thobejane speaks on "The role of traditional leaders on access to land for the purpose of cultivating cannabis in terms of Section 30 and 31 of the Constitution"
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