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How do I get the rubbish removed?

Published on April 9, 2014 in Uncategorized

by Shaun Russell What do you do if you live in a shack in an informal settlement and the rubbish man doesn’t come? For 3 weeks black garbage bags full of waste have been piling up in your house until there is no room to move, let alone fresh air to breathe. You take your

 
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KILLING AND TORTURE BY POLICE OFFICERS: PRESS STATEMENT

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT   KILLING AND TORTURE BY POLICE OFFICERS  Abhorrent acts of brutality by police must be condemned  On 13 March 2014 police officers allegedly brutally assaulted and tortured four men in uMlazi, KwaZulu-Natal. During Apartheid, police used these same tactics to suppress political dissidents.   We, as a concerned group of civil society

 
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SEMINAR INVITE – STATE OF THE UNIONS: THE FUTURE OF THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

Published on March 20, 2014 in Seminar

NU/EE SEMINAR INVITE STATE OF THE UNIONS: THE FUTURE OF THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA Speakers: Vuyo Lefele - NUMSA Western Cape Regional Secretary Terry Bell - Political Journalist   Join us at UWC, SC4 on Thursday 27 March at 5:30pm for 6pm for the 5th Seminar in the 20:20 series. Twenty seminars for twenty years of democracy. 2014 might be seen as a watershed moment for the unions

 
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NU Autumn School is Coming to KZN!

Published on March 17, 2014 in Announcements
 
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NU SEMINAR Q & A WITH ELAINE BING AUTHOR OF ‘THE UNMAKING OF THE TORTURER’

Published on March 6, 2014 in Seminar

INVITE – NU SEMINAR: Q & A WITH ELAINE BING  AUTHOR OF ‘THE UNMAKING OF THE TORTURER’   “A tube works well, but a plastic bag is better, because he listens to you talk to him the whole time, and he talks less and less. A tube cuts off his oxygen immediately, but with a

 
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