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Confronting racism in South Africa –  Ten things to do during Lent

Confronting racism in South Africa – Ten things to do during Lent

“We need to have a candid conversation on racism and its manifestations in order to adequately and seriously address racism...
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It is not ‘man enough’ to have multiple sex partners.

It is not ‘man enough’ to have multiple sex partners.

My name is Thabang (not real name) and I am originally from Wolmaransstad but work in Potchefstroom and resides in...
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I am thriving to be a better man thanks to the Heforshe Tavern dialogues

I am thriving to be a better man thanks to the Heforshe Tavern dialogues

My name is Kiri (not real name) and I live in Jouberton, Klerksdorp (North West Province). I am thirty seven...
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The state of Mobile Clinic services in Umkhanyakude Health District, KwaZulu Natal Province

The state of Mobile Clinic services in Umkhanyakude Health District, KwaZulu Natal Province

A lot of remote rural communities in Kwazulu Natal solely depend on mobile clinics for their health needs.  The Justice...
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The state of the Mobile Clinic services in the North West Province

The state of the Mobile Clinic services in the North West Province

It’s almost eight months since the SACBC Justice and Peace Commission (JPC) has sent a request for investigation into systemic...
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Heforshe Tavern Owners commemorate Women’s Month- Klerksdorp Diocese

Heforshe Tavern Owners commemorate Women’s Month- Klerksdorp Diocese

Close to 600 people from different parts of Klerksdorp Diocese gathered yesterday to reflect on the rape culture and increase...
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From where I stand: “No acts of violence against women will be condoned in my tavern”

From where I stand: “No acts of violence against women will be condoned in my tavern”

By Oupa Vani As a tavern owner, I was not aware that I had a role to play to help...
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Extractive justice

Mining wealth is not adequately benefiting impacted communities .

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Mobile clinics problems

The rural poor continue to be deprived of access to health services.

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Violence against women

Rate of sexual violence in South Africa is one of the highest in the world.

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Corruption and illicit financial flows

Poverty and inequality are largely a result of illicit financial flows, corruption, and wasteful expenditure.

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Democracy and Racial Justice

Democracy continues to be fragile in the face of racism, political violence and unethical leadership.

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Laudato Si and environment

Integrity of our environment continues to be under threat from irresponsible mining

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Farm workers and miners

Farm workers and miners are the most vulnerable and most deprived in South Africa

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Informal settlers

Inhumane conditions in informal settlements erode the poor of their dignity

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Victims of land injustice 

Labour tenants and victims of forced removal during apartheid still wait for justice .

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