November 4, 2019

Flailing coalitions are failing democracy in SA

By: Dr Paul Kariuki The Democratic Alliance’s recent leadership difficulties are raising questions about the efficacy of coalitions in South Africa. The varying ideological positions of […]
October 31, 2019

Sexual violence in the name of tradition and culture

By Thobeka Khubisa   “Abuse taints traditional healing” – that is how the title of the article on page 17 of the Mail & Guardian 27 […]
October 2, 2019

END THE FEMICIDE

By: Thobeka Khubisa On 13th September 2019, I was a participant in a march; I marched in support of an unfortunate cause – against femicide and […]
September 6, 2019

Law and order essential to democracy

By: Dr Paul Kariuki. DEMOCRACY It has been a traumatic time in South Africa. In just one week, the nation has been exposed to extreme levels […]
September 4, 2019

CIVIL SOCIETY RESPONDS TO GENDER BASED VIOLENCE

STATEMENT AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE DDP
September 3, 2019

Civil Society Responds to Xenophobic Attacks in the Country

STATEMENT AGAINST XENOPHOBIA IN SOUTH AFRICA_
September 3, 2019

Give a Child a Family – Social justice programme in South Africa and Africa

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” ~ Desmond Tutu By: Monica Woodhouse In 1979, the need […]
September 3, 2019

“OTHERING” IS STILL ALIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA AFTER 25 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY

By: Thobeka Khubisa  It’s August, “Womxn’s Month”, and just like every other August this is the month when it is suddenly necessary to host seminars, workshops […]
August 19, 2019

Community media requires independence and sustainability to thrive

By: Sthabiso Mdledle Community media remains one of the forces that is entrusted with the task of keeping communities intact and engaged on many different aspects […]