The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) and over 100 other civil society organisations (CSOs) throughout the African continent today presented an open letter to the African Union (AU), renewing their concerns regarding the xenophobic attacks in the Republic of South Africa and the nationwide police raids which followed in what was known as “Operation Fiela”.
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The arm of imperialism: The church’s anti-gender and anti-SOGIE rhetoric
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Human Rights organisations call on South African authorities to denounce attacks against South Africa’s Constitution, human rights and equality.
9 August 2023 In view of the participation of members of South Africa’s executive and judiciary in the annual African Bar Association conference, which this year is being co-sponsored by…
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