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CLOSE THE SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY IN SYRIA, EXPEL SYRIAN DIPLOMATS IN SOUTH AFRICA AND STOP ANY ARMS DELIVERIES TO THE ASSAD REGIME.

Published on March 5, 2012 in Uncategorized

Dear President Zuma   The United Nations Secretary General has said that the Syrian Government has committed crimes against the country’s civilian population. A UN investigation has called the actions of Bashar al-Assad’s regime crimes against humanity. South African judge Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, has denounced Syria’s “ruthless repression” She

 
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Ndifuna Ukwazi condemns the assault on Democratic Left Front

Open Letter To Ethekwini Mayor and City Manager On Saturday December 3rd, the international day for a climate action march, the 500 strong Democratic Left Front contingent made up of activists from different parts of the country, arrived at the Botha Park Assembly point with its banners demanding: ‘1 Million Climate Jobs Now!’ ‘Africa is

 
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Geoff Budlender Bram Fisher Memorial Lecture

  PEOPLE’S POWER AND THE COURTS Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture, 2011 Geoff Budlender    PDF Version The topic of my lecture is People’s Power and the Courts.  In the mode of all good preachers, The Freedom Charter proclaims:  “The People Shall Govern!”I start with a text.  In fact I have three: The question which I want to

 
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Let him in Now! No pass laws for the Dalai Lama – letters to the President and Cabinet, the Mayor of the City of Cape Town, and university Vice Chancellors

Published on October 6, 2011 in Uncategorized

Below are the contents of three letters sent by the civil society coalition, Let him in Now: No pass laws for the Dalai Lama!, to:   President Zuma and all members of Cabinet; City of Cape Town Mayor, Patricia de Lille; and the Vice Chancellors of four universities – University of the Western Cape, University

 
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