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CJN PARTNERS WITH ZANOKUHLE ADVICE OFFICE AND NQUBEKO FM

From left: Msizi Miya (Paralegal at Zanokuhle Advice Office), Nonhlanhla Ndlovu (Nqubeko FM Station Manager), Gladys Matasane (CJN Editorial Journalist) and Zandile Mashaba (CJN Project Coordinator).    CJN is proud to welcome Zanokuhle Advice Office that has...

What does the National Health Insurance mean for you?

The national government has initiated the introduction of the National Health Insurance (NHI), which will see many citizens, working and non-working, receiving adequate healthcare as per the obligation of section 27 of the Constitution, which is the right to basic...

THE SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL BURDENS OF CANCER IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

South Africa faces a socio-economic challenge of being the most unequal society in the world according to the World Bank. This means there is a big gap between the poor and the rich with the majority of the population categorised as poor. This is compounded by the...

INANDA COMMUNITY BELIEVES MENTAL ILLNESS IS “WITCHCRAFT”

October is Mental Health Awareness Month Mental health cases are on the rise at the Amaoti Advice office in Inanda Kwazulu- Natal. Moreover, community members who suffer from mental health conditions endure marginalization and stigmatization by community members due...