Sir Bricks Moloko of the Orange Farm Human Rights Advice Office spoke about equality courts on CJN weekly show.
Equality courts talk on Thetha FM!read more
How often do we think about drafting a will? Musina FM has broadcast this topic about why we need to have wills.read more
Have you ever thought of casting your vote for family justice, domestic violence or the rights of children?
Citizen Justice Network is excited to have been nominated for the Hiil Innovation Challenge which works to improve justice journeys experienced by the users of the justice system. Hiil often works with such access to social justice initiatives to turn their ideas into reality by providing funding and support. We ask for your vote to improve access to justice for poor and marginalized South Africans.read more
The work Boitumelo Moreng does has caused her to believe that “each and every person deserves a second chance and must be supported by the community and their family”
The small claims court system aims to make justice accessible to people who cannot afford the legal fees that come with civil courts. In the small claims courts, the maximum amount one can claim is R15 000. Cases that are often handled by the small claims courts are between individuals and involve small monetary disputes over loan repayments, returning security deposits, failure to fix an appliance properly or even compensation for clothes or possessions destroyed during a romantic breakup; no claim is too insignificant for this court.
What do we do?
Read more on the project and how it was developed here.