Civil Society

 
Civil society in 2019 — the year of redemption and renewal
Civil society in 2019 — the year of redemption and renewal
In 2018, civil society observed a rise in civic activism, a spirited effort by ordinary citizens that challenged the status quo in many ways,...
The goal is to end GBV in its entirety!
The goal is to end GBV in its entirety!
At the end of November 2018, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in conjunction with the Mail & Guardian hosted a Critical Thinking...
Elections and the battles for the soul of civil society
Elections and the battles for the soul of civil society
South Africa will hold its sixth national general elections in May 2019.
‘Targeted crackdown’ on society
‘Targeted crackdown’ on society
A new report claims the Zambian government is harassing and threatening its critics
Parties have a duty to reveal their donors
Parties have a duty to reveal their donors
Over the past two years, civil society has witnessed significant gains in the fight for more transparency about political party private funding....
Our heritage is a successful civil society
Our heritage is a successful civil society
Let’s imagine that aliens visited South Africa in late 1993, abducted a South African and then returned him or her home 25 years later.
Anxiety grows over party funding Bill
Anxiety grows over party funding Bill
Civil society groups fear President Cyril Ramaphosa is being lobbied about not signing the Political Party Funding Bill until after the 2019...
Saftu: Working Class Summit to counter partisan trade unionism
Saftu: Working Class Summit to counter partisan trade unionism
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) says it is confident of its capacity to unite the working class ahead of its summit, which is...
Interdict adds extra fuel to Wentworth residents’ ire
Interdict adds extra fuel to Wentworth residents’ ire
Wentworth residents who have been banned from protesting outside Engen’s Durban refinery by the high court have vowed to continue with their...
We are looking inward: Equal Education
We are looking inward: Equal Education
Written by Leanne-Jansen Thomas and Ntuthuzo Ndzomo
The killing of people with albinism is driven by myth and international inaction
The killing of people with albinism is driven by myth and international inaction
In the last decade, close to 200 killings and more than 500 attacks on people with albinism have been reported in 27 sub-Saharan African countries....
Civil organisations can help, but they also need help
Civil organisations can help, but they also need help
POVERTYDespite democracy, the Eastern Cape province remains trapped in structural poverty but a recent study brings the good news that civil...

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