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South African Constitutional Court sentences former President Zuma to 15 months’ in prison for contempt of court

South African Constitutional Court sentences former President Zuma to 15 months’ in prison for contempt of court

On 29 June 2021, the Constitutional Court of South Africa ran out of patience with former President Zuma’s very ...
Shaping the Future of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights at School

Shaping the Future of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights at School

Schools needs to be a place of safety for learners. Tragically, sexual and reproductive health rights can be ...
Shaping the Future of Abortion

Shaping the Future of Abortion

It is estimated that 25 million unsafe abortions happen every year. This episode of Shaping the Future of ...
Shaping the Future – Strategies for Change

Shaping the Future – Strategies for Change

In 2015, the world committed itself in the Sustainable Development Goals to ensuring universal access to sexual
Student protests in South Africa: police brutality claims the life of a bystander

Student protests in South Africa: police brutality claims the life of a bystander

After the ruthless policing of student protests in Johannesburg claimed the life of an innocent bystander, South ...
South African Constitutional Court confirms that the right to basic education encompasses access to final exams

South African Constitutional Court confirms that the right to basic education encompasses access to final exams

Unlike many other socio-economic rights in the South African Constitution, such as the right to ‘further ...
South African Constitutional Court confirms that the right to basic education encompasses access to final exams

South African Constitutional Court confirms that the right to basic education encompasses access to final exams

Unlike many other socio-economic rights in the South African Constitution, such as the right to ‘further ...
Rhodes Must Fall (with Rekgotsofetse Chikane)

Rhodes Must Fall (with Rekgotsofetse Chikane)

This episode is part of a four-part series in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. In this episode, guest ...
South African Constitutional Court declares exclusion of domestic workers from occupational injury legislation to be unconstitutional

South African Constitutional Court declares exclusion of domestic workers from occupational injury legislation to be unconstitutional

On 20 November 2020, the South African Constitutional Court delivered judgment in Mahlangu v Minister of Labour ...
The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

Section 10 of the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act (“the Equality Act”) has not ...
Joint Report Examines ‘Systemic’ Corruption in the South African Water Sector—But What Of Human Rights?

Joint Report Examines ‘Systemic’ Corruption in the South African Water Sector—But What Of Human Rights?

A seminal joint report published by the Water Integrity Network and Corruption Watch earlier this year critically ...
Openness is a Human Rights Issue: Copyright Amendment Bill and Access to Educational Materials in South Africa

Openness is a Human Rights Issue: Copyright Amendment Bill and Access to Educational Materials in South Africa

October 19th to 25th is International Open Access (OA) Week 2020. This year’s theme is “Open with Purpose: Taking ...

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