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LGBTI : All people have rights

LGBTI : All people have rights

Homosexuality, in general, has prompted a number of conversations which until today some questions remain a mystery, which some leads some to come up with their own narrative that they seem to be comfortable with. According to research Thirty-eight of 53 African...
CJN attends SDGs & Migration reporting course

CJN attends SDGs & Migration reporting course

Attended by journalists from various journalistic backgrounds, a Citizen Justice Network Mentee was selected to attend the SDGs & Migration reporting course delivered by Thomson Reuters Foundation, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, in...
Title deeds Demystified

Title deeds Demystified

Are you are planning to buy new property, or have applied for an RDP house and don’t know where to start in applying for a title deed, Recently Ficksburg advice centre responding to a local issue with help from CJN came up with a plan to help locals understand what...
CJN EYES AFRICAN EXPANSION 

CJN EYES AFRICAN EXPANSION 

CJN has been looking for ways to duplicate their unique and highly successful model of combining paralegals and radio stations in a different African country. The social justice problems that we address through advice, story telling and education are universal and we...
The Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act

The Occupational Diseases in Mines and Works Act

The South African economy was built on gold and diamond mining; the sector is an important foreign exchange earner, with gold accounting for more than one-third of exports. South Africa is also a major producer of coal, manganese, and chrome. Mining was the driving...
Phale speaks on Abortion at Musina FM

Phale speaks on Abortion at Musina FM

Abortion is a sensitive topic that is frowned upon in a number of communities around South Africa and equated to murder by some. Like pregnancy, there was once a time when there were fewer conversations around the topic. Since 1 February 1997, the Choice on...