Jody Kollapen

 
SAHRC defies Parly call for inquiry
SAHRC defies Parly call for inquiry
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has defied a request from the office of the speaker of Parliament for an investigation of the...
EU wants its R10m returned
EU wants its R10m returned
An audit of the SAHRC finds 'certain funds cannot be satisfactorily accounted for', writes Mmanaledi Mataboge
South Africans 'still at war with each other'
South Africans 'still at war with each other'
Fifteen years into democracy, South Africans are still at war with each other, South African Human Rights Commission chairperson Jody Kollapen said...
Experts slam medical evidence in Shaik's release
Experts slam medical evidence in Shaik's release
A doctors' report recommending that fraud convict Schabir Shaik be considered for medical parole partly due to the "suboptimal" conditions in...
Conference focuses on ways to cut crime
Conference focuses on ways to cut crime
Alcohol-free public spaces and the idea of businesses not selling alcohol on payday were suggested at a conference on Monday as ways of reducing...
'Kill for Zuma': I regret it, says Vavi
'Kill for Zuma': I regret it, says Vavi
Congress of South African Trade Unions general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has expressed regret over his recent "shoot and kill for Zuma" comments....
Makoe doth protest too much
Makoe doth protest too much
In its investigation of complaints laid against the Forum of Black Journalists (FBJ) for barring white journalists from its relaunch event earlier...
FBJ chief rubbishes SAHRC findings
FBJ chief rubbishes SAHRC findings
Abbey Makoe, chairperson of the Forum of Black Journalists (FBJ), has lashed out at a South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) finding...
Racism 'alive and well in South Africa'
Racism 'alive and well in South Africa'
Racism is alive and well in South Africa, the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) said on Tuesday.
ANC backpedals over plans for media tribunal
ANC backpedals over plans for media tribunal
The establishment of a media tribunal in South Africa should not be viewed as interfering with press freedom, the African National Congress (ANC)...
Rights commission hits back at Makoe
Rights commission hits back at Makoe
Claims by chairperson of the Forum for Black Journalists (FBJ) Abbey Makoe are "mischievous" and "untruthful", the South African Human Rights...
Mbeki: Cops will root out Jo'burg 'anarchy'
Mbeki: Cops will root out Jo'burg 'anarchy'
President Thabo Mbeki on Monday reiterated his call for an immediate end to attacks on foreign nationals in Gauteng, which have left 22 people dead...

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