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16 Nov 2020 Staff Writer
Reaffirming tolerance in Southern Africa on 16 November: The UN international da...

By Kelvin Vries On 16 November 1995, UNESCO’s member states adopted the Declaration of Principles on Tolerance. The Declaration defines…

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14 Nov 2020 Staff Writer
PRESS RELEASE: SOUTH AFRICA’S DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS DECLARES KOUWENHOVEN ...

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SOUTHERN AFRICA LITIGATION CENTRE AND LAWYERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS SOUTH AFRICA’S DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS DECLARES…

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04 Nov 2020 Staff Writer
Statement condemning the re-arrest of Hopewell Chin’ono...

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) is extremely concerned by the arrest of journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, tellingly a day after…

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20 Oct 2020 Staff Writer
Media advisory: Melusi Simelane & Others v Minister of Commerce & Indu...

A full bench of the High Court of Eswatini will on Tuesday October 20 2020, hear the application for the…

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20 Oct 2020 Staff Writer
The impact of COVID-19 on persons with disabilities in Southern Africa...

The Midweek Sun, Botswana 14 October 2020 By Anna Mmolai-Chalmers The effects of COVID-19 are perhaps more profound when viewed…

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20 Oct 2020 Staff Writer
SALC STATEMENT CONDEMING THE USE OF FORCE AGAINST PROTESTERS IN NAMIBIA...

On 8 October 2020, protesters in Namibia took to the streets, for 3 days, to demonstrate against gender-based violence under…

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19 Oct 2020 Staff Writer
MEDIA ADVISORY: JOAO RODRIGUES V NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS...

On 6 November 2020, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) will hear the case of Joao Rodrigues v National Director…

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19 Oct 2020 Staff Writer
Statement on the right to associate in Eswatini in light of the ESGM case...

Eswatini Sexual and Gender Minorities (ESGM) is a human rights community-based advocacy organisation which aims to advance the protection of…

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