17 Aug 2010 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: BOTSWANA’S POSITION IS DISAPPOINTING...

Outside the international lawyer’s world, the European Court on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms generates little scintillating debate. And yet…

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17 Aug 2010 Staff Writer
SALC IN THE NEWS: SCANT ROOM TO SCOFF AT MODEL’S STUPIDITY...

AMONG those who do human rights work and who are inclined to sackcloth and ashes, model Naomi Campbell’s testimony at…

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16 Jun 2010 Staff Writer
SWAZILAND: WOMEN’S RIGHTS TAKE ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACK...

MBABANE,  – Much to the frustration of gender activists, Swaziland’s Supreme Court has reversed a February 2010 High Court ruling…

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03 Jun 2010 Staff Writer
MALAWI: PICKING UP THE PIECES IN MALAWI...

Human rights activists plot the path forward in the wake of the recent same-sex court case. Before the outsized international human rights outcry. Before the…

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26 May 2010 Staff Writer
BROADER CONSEQUENCES OF MONJEZA AND CHIMBALANGA CONVICTION...

Check out SALC’s take on the broader impact of the decision and conviction in Malawi, here.   This entry was posted…

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21 May 2010 Staff Writer
Women’s property rights case to be heard by Malawi’s constitutional court Ju...

Compared to many of the cases in which we are involved (defending Monjeza and Chimbalanga against charges of buggery, challenging the coerced sterilization…

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14 May 2010 Staff Writer
Zuma’s office claims the president should be exempt from the access to informa...

In heads of argument filed this week, Marumo Moerane, argues that the President, as head of cabinet, is beyond the…

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12 Apr 2010 Staff Writer
Adoption of freedom of information law in the Southern Africa region...

As of 2008, 78 countries in the world had adopted access to information laws. These laws establish mechanisms for the enforcement of…

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