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Update on the Commission of Inquiry into Khayelitsha Policing

Published on August 14, 2013 in Announcements

On 6 August the Constitutional Court heard the Minister of Police’s appeal to stop the O’Regan/Pikoli Commission into policing in Khayelitsha. The Social Justice Coalition, Treatment Action Campaign and other partner organisations mobilised around 500 people in both Khayelitsha and outside the court in support of the Commission. The primary arguments presented by the counsel

 
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Ndifuna Ukwazi Fellows’ trip to Johannesburg

Cape Town International Airport The fellows and tutors of Ndifuna Ukwazi just got out of the My CiTi Bus at Cape Town International Airport and were so excited about the trip to Johannesburg.   12 Decades hotel We arrived at the OR Tambo International Airport excited as ever because for some of us it was the

 
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“So why should we be lead by you?”: Julius Malema, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and the crisis of moral leadership

Published on May 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

By Gregory Solik The struggle against apartheid produced a long tradition of exemplary leaders. This tradition continued through the negotiations post 1994 during the years of transition. Yet despite this strong tradition, we currently talk very often about the “crisis in leadership”. Julius Malema’s recent expulsion from the ANC has been upheld and this marks the formal end

 
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Ndifuna joins the call for an open and accountable government

Joint Statement on the Open Government Partnership 17 April 2012   Download PDF On Tuesday 17 April 2012, the South African government joined representatives of 60 countries at the annual two-day meeting of the Open Government Partnership, an international, multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption,

 
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Why I support banning alcohol advertising or Stopping SAB and “Africa’s Lusty, Lively Exploitation Since 1652″

Today’s Business Report points out that SABMiller is going to invest almost R20 billion in other African countries now representing its fastest growing market for beer. Mark Bowman SABMiller’s (managing director for Africa) pointed out that people on the continent (excluding South Africa) consume only 8 litres of commercial beer per person per year and

 
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