April 26, 2022

Lead(H)ership: Amplifying girls’ voices- Thobeka Khubisa

Thobeka is a young black woman, a lover of nature and people. An introvert with an extroverted passion. I consider myself a social justice activist and […]
April 25, 2022

Open Society Foundation: Youth Dialogue

The Democracy Development Program in partnership with the Open Society Foundation SA and Developing Youth hosted a dialogue with the youth in Pietermaritzburg and surrounding areas. […]
April 22, 2022

Ethekwini Municipality- Ward Councilors

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April 21, 2022

Mkhambathini Municipality Inception Workshop

DDP hosted an inception workshop at the Mkhambathini Municipality to introduce the work of the Open Society Foundation project. The workshop was held at Mkhambathini Townhall […]
April 20, 2022

Will the ANC solve its cash problem at democracy’s expense?

By: Steven Friedman SOUTH African democracy is weakened by money’s influence on politics. But the governing party now has a plan to make the problem worse […]
April 19, 2022

Is SA’s democracy still safe and secure after decades of tumultuous events?

By: Stef Terblanche As we emerge from one tumultuous event after the other with more being put on our collective plate with each passing day, we […]
April 14, 2022

The Relevance of Freedom Charter against the Backdrop of Xenophobic Violence on African Migrants in South Africa.

By: Norah Msuya Over the years, South Africa has seen a spate of xenophobic clashes between locals and African Migrants. The worst episode took place in […]
April 12, 2022

Protecting the rights of migrant women entrepreneurs in the informal sector

By: Maria Goyayi With intra Africa female migration on the rise in recent years, much concern needs to be placed on the experiences of migrant women. […]
April 11, 2022

Freedom Charter: Why it is still relevant to contemporary South Africa

By: Obalade Adefemi Apartheid is a practice of institutionalised racial discrimination that subsisted in South Africa over the period 1948 to early the 1990s. Following decades […]