This publication by the Centre for Constitutional Rights, launched on 17 March in Cape Town, assesses the extend to which the State abides by its constitutional obligations to respect, promote and fulfill the Bill of Rights.
The Summit in 2017 targeted the high youth unemployment rate South Africa brought together the unemployed youth, prospective employers and civil society organizations which assist the youths to find employment to exchange information on ways to deal with youth unemployment.
New KAS projects in Zimbabwe/Malawi
With regard to the BMZ-Special Initiative “One World – No Hunger” KAS South Africa carries out projects in Malawi and Zimbabwe since 2016. The Minister of Lands as well as the German Ambassador now reassured that they would support KAS.
to the Website of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in South Africa. From its Johannesburg office the Foundation coordinates a wide range of activities that aim to assist South Africa in its process of democratic consolidation. A liaison office in Cape Town complements and supports our work.
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How citizen journalists can hold us accountable
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Breakfast Discussion Series 2017
In this publication series, the Centre for Constitutional Rights assesses regularly in how far the South African government, state organs and Chapter 9 Institutions have succeeded or failed in making constitutionally guaranteed [...]
The conference targeted the high youth unemployment rate South Africa and aimed at not only the identification of its major causes but also at the development of doable solutions to deal with the problem on the local level in [...]
For two years, South Africa has seen mass student protests. How did they shape the country? What did they achieve? And how will the movement evolve in the academic year 2017 that has just started?
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