Our TeamOur community paralegal and radio station partners.
|Orange Farm, a township 50km outside of Johannesburg. The advice office is run by Bricks Mokolo. Our junior journalist is Thokozile Mgcini. The radio station partner is Thetha FM.|
The Citizen Justice Network Team.
|Hennenman, a farming community in The Free State. The office is run by Dladla Mokeki. Our junior journalist is Confidence. The partner radio station is Lejweleputswa District Community Radio Station (The Rock).|
|Lebowakgomo, a rural town with issues of labour and poverty in Limpopo. The head paralegal is Zacharia Thobejane. Our junior journalist is Masesi Matseba. The radio station partner is Greater Lebowakgomo Community Radio.|
|Kwaggafontein, an office devoted to domestic violence in Mpumalanga. The head paralegal is Nthofela Makhele. Our junior journalist is Jan Sindane. The radio station is Emalahleni FM.|
|Musina, a town on the border with Zimbabwe dealing with issues involving foreign nationals. Head paralegal is Jacob Matakanye. Our junior journalist is Crystal. The radio partner is Musina FM.|
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