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Rights group wins court bid against Engen

The Right2Know Campaign has been allowed to join a court case against Engen, which used the Regulation of Gatherings Act to ban protests outside its Durban refinery

Durban smokestacks back in court

Engen will oppose the application by civil rights nonproft Right2Know to be a friend of the court in the precedent-setting case

Low-income black women hardest hit by noncommunicable diseases

Food apartheid is causing increasing rates of noncommunicable diseases among low-income black women

‘Boris the Baby Bot’: The little book about big data

Boris the BabyBot has been dreamt up by researcher and writer Murray Hunter, who focuses on surveillance and data privacy

ConCourt judgment a step forward for activists, but Joburg still has ‘protest fees’

The White House is considering an ‘event management cost’ which is not that different from Joburg’s ‘planning costs’ for protests

High court orders NDPP interviews open to media

The Right2Know campaign’s application was approved, setting a precedent for transparency in the process

Court asked to order Ramaphosa to allow media coverage of NDPP interviews

Right2Know has filed an urgent court application to compel President Ramaphosa to make job interviews for the next NDPP public

Right2Know requests Moerane Commission report be made public

The advocacy group says the premier must release the documents within 30 days or give valid reasons why he cannot

Fortress eThekwini

The metro’s bid to control meetings and its purchase of armoured vehicles angers activists

#DataMustFall: Right 2 Know campaign protest against high data charges

The Right 2 Know Campaign took their Data Must Fall protests against data charges outside service providers MTN and Vodacom early Tuesday morning.

Unpaid pensions saga hots up

The FSB appears to have upped its game as the extent of unpaid benefits emerges and public scrutiny and pressure intensify.

Civil society urges National Assembly to appoint suitable watchdog for the spies

Advocacy: We join Right2Know’s letter to the National Assembly speaker, calling for urgency on appointing an Inspector General for Intelligence.

Free speech remains a mote in Africa’s eye

The state and the press are still head to head in the name of freedom of expression.

Take back parliament for the people, declares R2K

Members and supporters of the Right2Know campaign rallied in the Cape Town and vowed to take back Parliament for the South African public.

Police minister ordered to hand over national key point list

Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko has been given 30 days to hand over the national key points list to the Right2Know Campaign and SA History Archive.

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