2012 startet med hundreårsjubileet for Afrikas første frigjøringsbevegelse, sørafrikanske ANC, men endte som Sør-Afrikas mest turbulente år siden 1994. Økonomisk optimisme er snudd til bekymring som følge av en omfattende streikebølge. Streikene er uttrykk for en økende frustrasjon over manglende velferdsutvikling, som ulmer under og over bakken. Les mer >
The visit by the South African government and 17 unnamed South African companies to Indonesia last week has thrown into stark relief the ANC government’s hypocrisy in its international relations with countries that are guilty of human rights abuses. Les mer >
South African Civil Society Information Service (SACSIS), by Anna Majavu* / 29.9.2014
In a story that has dominated headlines worldwide over the past few months, Scots were recently asked to decide whether Scotland should become an independent country or remain part of the United Kingdom. Les mer >
South African Civil Society Information Networks (SACSIS), by Gerard Boyce* / 29.9.2014
Right2KnowWhile the Right2Know Campaign launched in 2010 as an coalition of organisations and people responding to the Protection of State Information Bill (the Secrecy Bill), the Campaign quickly broadened its scope to tackle related issues.
Abahlali baseMjondoloThe Abahlali baseMjondolo (Shack Dwellers) Movement began in Durban, South Africa, in early 2005. Although it is overwhelmingly located in and around the large port city of Durban it is, in terms of the numbers of people mobilised, the largest organisation of the militant poor in post-apartheid South Africa.
The Southern African NGO NetworkSANGONeT is still one of very few NGOs in Africa involved in the field of information communication technologies (ICTs) and continues to serve civil society with a wide range of ICT products and services.
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