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Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s feminist legacy lives on
Karel
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13 Aug, 2018

The Soul City Institute for Social Justice held a women’s month event to honour Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s feminist legacy at the Constitutional Hill, Johannesburg on August 08, under the theme “Amplifying and multiplying Mama Winnie’s feminist legacy”.

Lillian Dube tells international summit "Soul City saved my life"
Karel
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18 Apr, 2018

Speaking at the Social & Behavior Change Communication Summit in Bali, Lillian Dube opened up about her role as Sister Bettina, her battle with (and triumph over) cancer, and got attendees thinking and talking about their role in driving social behavior changes.

How the VAT increases the social and economic burdens the poor
Karel
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09 Apr, 2018

The national budget of any country is, in essence, a statement of value of its government and vicariously of the key power players and ‘influencers’ in that society. The budget delivered by former Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba, was delivered in the context of political transition, uncertainty and the notion of a ‘hole in the fiscus’ due to a global and national financial and economic crises, as well as money lost to the fiscus due to state capture and corruption.

[VIDEO] Soul City at the Human Rights Festival
Karel
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30 Mar, 2018

Raising Voices for Young Women and Girls Advocates were part of the Human Rights Festival hosted by the South African Constitutional Hill, Johannesburg. With funding from the European Union, SCI has partnered with Women’s Net and Masimanyane Women’s Rights International to birth the Raising Voices of Young Women and Girls programme which focuses on democracy, governance, human rights and advocacy. The programme is run in the North West, Free State and Mpumalanga provinces.

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