CJN recently visited the Orange Farm Advice Office to hear about the new campaign.
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!
Head paralegal of the Orange Farm Human Rights Centre, Bricks Mokolo helps Thetha FM listeners to understand the importance of a will and how to write one. A will is an important legal document that reflects your wishes and helps to distribute your belongings when you die. It is not an easy subject to tackle but it a very important one that far too many people avoid. Read more on how to write your will
Plenty of people want to become South African citizens. They want to work in SA legally and be part of society. We investigate the process and give tips on how to make it easier.
Richard Maphokwane is a thin, muscular man. He has a tight, twisty beard and has an incredible sense of calm. When you speak to him he will drift with ease between sincere pathos (on ways one can turn anger into happiness) to describing a bloody prison self-mutilation with a razor blade.
“It’s an issue of poverty, we receive our grant money but it’s too small. It gets used up on paying pack loans and taking kids to school and we take out more loans. I started borrowing R800 but the second time I went, they offered R1000 and I took it because I was broke at the time. They then deducted over R400 from me.I really didn’t expect them to deduct so much.” – Ntate Senyane