Tag Archives: human rights

On Zimbabwe Today

July 3, 2008

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Dr. Wilmot Jame’s presentation at the Difficult Dialogues panel discussion at the University of Cape Town, 1 July 2008 …

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Julius Malema on leadership, no really!

July 1, 2008

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“Statements attributed to some of its senior executives send a worrying signal about the calibre of leadership at the helm of such important institutions.” Who would believe this was uttered by Julius Malema, of all people, about the Human Rights Commission!

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Development Dialogue at the Centre for the Book

June 10, 2008

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An interesting event is taking place this Thursday at the Centre for the Book in Cape Town. Jackie Dugard of the Centre for Applied Legal Studies will discuss the legal arguments put forward to the High Court in the recent case about water meters in Phiri, Soweto and the implications of the Court’s landmark judgement. […]

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