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no responses. 21/03/2020 Zuko

How the 1960 Sharpeville massacre sparked the birth of international human rights law


How the 1960 Sharpeville massacre sparked the birth of international human rights law

The Sharpeville Massacre. Godfrey Rubens via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA Steven Wheatley, Lancaster University It’s […]

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no responses. 02/02/2020 Zuko

30th anniversary of the unbanning of the ANC and other political organisations


30th anniversary of the unbanning of the ANC and other political organisations

By David O’Sullivan This year marks the 30th anniversary of the unbanning of the ANC […]

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no responses. 29/01/2020 Zuko

Why it’s taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa


Why it’s taken so long to prosecute state capture cases in South Africa

Head of South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority, Shaun Abrahams. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko Penelope Andrews, University of […]

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no responses. 28/10/2019 Zuko

Oliver Tambo Documentary: A General And A Diplomat


Oliver Tambo Documentary: A General And A Diplomat

By Kagiso Mnisi The dual role of Oliver Reginald Kaizana Tambo as a General of […]

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no responses. 24/10/2019 Zuko

‘Imposter syndrome’ explains why first black leader of South Africa’s main opposition party quit


‘Imposter syndrome’ explains why first black leader of South Africa’s main opposition party quit

Mmusi Maimane, former leader of South Africa’s main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance. Kim Ludbrook/EPA-EFE […]

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no responses. 22/08/2019 Zuko

Mashaba survives another motion of no confidence


Mashaba survives another motion of no confidence

By Katlego Legodi City of Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has survived another attempt by the […]

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no responses. 19/08/2019 Zuko

Why new South African law won’t end the toxic mix of money and politics


Why new South African law won’t end the toxic mix of money and politics

Cyril Ramaphosa led the African National Congress to victory in May. A new law on […]

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no responses. 04/06/2019 Natasha

The South African government’s thinking on surveillance law is regressive


The South African government’s thinking on surveillance law is regressive

By: Jane Duncan, University of Johannesburg The constitutionality of South Africa’s surveillance law is being […]

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no responses. 13/05/2019 Natasha

Ramaphosa saves the ANC’s bacon. But this could be its last chance


Ramaphosa saves the ANC’s bacon. But this could be its last chance

By: Richard Calland, University of Cape Town Cyril Ramaphosa has led South Africa’s African National […]

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no responses. 10/05/2019 Zuko

‘Smaller parties’ dispute the elections claiming IEC is corrupt


‘Smaller parties’ dispute the elections claiming IEC is corrupt

By Zuko Komisa On Thursday during the counting of the 2019 Elctions Results tensions rose […]

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no responses. 07/05/2019 Natasha

South Africa’s poll is more about battles in the ANC than between political parties


South Africa’s poll is more about battles in the ANC than between political parties

By: Steven Friedman, University of Johannesburg Former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma and current […]

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no responses. 30/04/2019 Zuko

With just days to the 2019 ballot, Khaya Sithole urges us to remember


With just days to the 2019 ballot, Khaya Sithole urges us to remember

Twenty-five years later – the memories of what we used to be and who we […]

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