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Tim Fish Hodgson

Tim Fish Hodgson

    Mauritania’s slavery problem
    Mauritania’s slavery problem
    Tim Fish Hodgson & Simphiwe Sidu in Nouakchott
    Marievale residents take on military and get some relief
    Marievale residents take on military and get some relief
    “This is yet another one of those cases where organs of state have allowed a situation to develop to a point where a court of law is called upon...
    Lend children with disabilities a hand
    Lend children with disabilities a hand
    When President Cyril Ramaphosa presented his first State of the Nation address in Parliament on February 16, he called up the memory of the...
    Communities often 'win in court but fail in reality'
    Communities often 'win in court but fail in reality'
    People living in South Africa committed to human rights and the rule of law should pay attention to critically reflective perspectives on socio-economic rights litigation, particularly when these criticisms emanate from communities who have expended significant energy approaching courts...
    Quotaless T20 a big step backwards
    Quotaless T20 a big step backwards
    Earlier this year, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said it would be launching a Global T20 League. Up to this point, South African interest in our T20...
    Web archives open up the truth about Marikana
    Web archives open up the truth about Marikana
    COMMENTThe report by the Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the Marikana massacre, released in June 2015, left South Africa with more...
    The future of South African cricket is black and bright
    The future of South African cricket is black and bright
    Just a few weeks in and 2017 has already been quite a year for transformation in cricket. When the Proteas completed an emphatic series win against...
    Blind schooling in 'shocking' state
    Blind schooling in 'shocking' state
     Children with disabilities, like all other pupils, have a right to quality basic education — now. But the consistent failure by the...
    A serpent lurks in the garden of plurality
    A serpent lurks in the garden of plurality
    The Constitution strikes a delicate balance between our right to believe – or not believe – in whichever god(s) we choose to. Unlike many other...