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Dibe speaks on Elder Abuse and Rights

Dibe speaks on Elder Abuse and Rights

Are your rights being denied? The South African constitution recognises the rights of so many including the elderly. In recent years it has come to light that some family members, friends, businesses and public service providers do not always respect and consider the...
Ventersdorp Advice office speaks on HIV/AIDS law

Ventersdorp Advice office speaks on HIV/AIDS law

South Africa has the highest HIV /AIDS epidemic, with 7.1 million people living with HIV.  The HIV prevalence is high among the general population at 18.9%, according to www.avert.org/professionals/hiv-around-world/sub-saharan-africa/south-africa. Irrespective of the...
CJN develops MOOC to empower activists

CJN develops MOOC to empower activists

This week on the MOOC Have you registered for the course and are you encountering problem logging in. The Activism and Citizen Journalism course targets all who are interested in citizen journalism. The CJN MOOC course had a great first and second week with great...
Orange Farm Human Advice Centre screens: This Land

Orange Farm Human Advice Centre screens: This Land

Widely regarded as one of South Africa’s largest informal settlements.  Orange Farm is located on the outskirts of the southern part of Johannesburg. The township is neighbouring Lenasia, Eldorado Park, and Ennerdale. According to, http://www.alhdc.org.za, “ Prior to...
Courts and the community

Courts and the community

The following represents a small sampling of matters that are commonly dictated by the terms of a court order: restraining orders, temporary protective orders, emergency protective orders, search warrants, lawsuit rulings and eviction notices. Recently Bricks Mokolo...
Hanneman speaks on GBV

Hanneman speaks on GBV

Yesterday, thousands of women around the country marched hand in hand in the #TheTotalShutdown march, where women and gender non-conforming activists from Gauteng marched to Parliament against gender-based violence. The protesters took to the streets with placards...