University of Cape Town and University of Stellenbosch support Khayelitsha Commission of Inquiry Statement from the University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University on the breakdown in relations between the police and the Khayelitsha community It is deeply troubling that residents of Khayelitsha fear leaving their homes at night as a result of on-going violence
Equal Education (EE) will be picketing parliament this Thursday (28 June) after multiple failures by Basic Education Minister, Angie Motshekga, to file her answering affidavit. The minister has requested a third extension to the date of her court appearance, which has been denied by EE after two generous extensions have resulted in no action by
Judge Ephraim Makgoba’s decision to interdict Lt General Richard Mdluli from his policing duties is a landmark victory for civil society activism and free press. Read the Corruption Watch press release here. Read the full judgment here.
Ndifuna Ukwazi congratulates Section 27 on its recent legal victory in the fight for basic education. The Department of Basic Education (“the DBE”) and the Limpopo Department of Education (“the Department”) have so far failed to supply textbooks to learners and schools throughout Limpopo for the academic year of 2012. On 17 May 2012, following