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29th November 2018 Early in 2019 the Eritrean government will take over the chair of the key Africa and European Union (EU) forum dealing with African migration,... →
28th November 2018 South Africa is one of a small number of developing countries that’s formulated a national policy focused on families. A family policy, broadly... →
27th November 2018 South Africa’s Constitution protects everyone’s right to access adequate housing. This principle was spelled out in law when the Court issued a... →
27th November 2018 A recent decision by South Africa’s Constitutional Court on the right to peaceful protest has drawn renewed attention to its role in safeguarding... →
22nd November 2018 Concerns about “fake news” have dominated discussions about the relationship between the media and politics in the developed world in recent years.... →
21st November 2018 Millions of children throughout Africa don’t have access to justice that’s needed to realise their rights. Simply put, they don’t receive the... →
21st November 2018 What is “a family”? In South African law, the answer – or rather, answers – are broad. For example, it’s not considered unusual or unacceptable for... →
20th November 2018 South Africa’s Constitutional Court recently passed an important judgment that’s fundamentally challenged the power imbalance between mining... →
19th November 2018 About 23% of people living in Sub-Saharan Africa don’t have access to toilets while 31% with toilets use one’s that aren’t connected to a formal... →
15th November 2018 The United Nations Security Council is about to lift an arms embargo and targeted sanctions against Eritrea. UN Security Council resolution 1907,... →