Events - South Africa Office
Constitutional Law, the Global South and Covid-19:Comparing Colombia,South Africa and India
SAIFAC and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung South Africa
The response of constitutional democracies in the Global South-such as Columbia, South Africa and India-to the COVID-19 pandemic raises a range of interesting questions flowing from the specific circumstances of these societies. These include high levels of absolute poverty, socio-economic inequality and limited capacity within the state and continuing efforts to entrench a democratic culture.
Day Seminar: What is just and equitable compensation for land reform?
Who should be compensated? Who should pay? Is compensation below market value constitutional? State and non-state actors deliberated on ways compensation for expropriation is approached and discussed possible implications and suggestions.
What is Just and Equitable Compensation for Land Reform?
SAIFAC and UJ Faculty of Law, in collaboration with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, will be hosting a day seminar on what constitutes just and equitable compensation in the context of the expropriation of land for purposes of land reform.
CANRAD Youth Dialogue Series
The South Africa of Nelson Mandela’s Dream: The state of Democracy and Society today!
The Centre for the Advancement of Non-racialism and Democracy at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University & KAS invite you to a Youth Dialogue on the South Africa of Nelson Mandela’s Dream: The state of Democracy and Society today!
Socio-Economic Future of South Africa
The seminar will address the socio-economic challenges of joblessness and social cohesion in South Africa.
Discourse Cafe' with Michael Jordaan
KAS and the FVZS Institute invite students to meet renowned representatives from different walks of life. The aim is to promote a vibrant dialogue on current political and socio-economic issues and foster a culture of informed debate.
Imagining a future that has not yet emerged
DDP-DUT Frank Talk Series
In many ways current politics and protests have highlighted how divided South Africa remains. Together we will ask difficult questions, seek honest responses to these, share our stories, and imagine what it would mean to live in a just country.
Rethinking Reconciliation:Evidence from South Africa
This publication uses a decade of public opinion survey data to answer key questions about the extent of progress in South African reconciliation.
Midlands provincial sensitization workshop for traditional leaders
The first workshop for traditional leaders targeted 25 chiefs and village headmen/women (23 attended) as key decision makers on communal land matters in rural areas. Topics covered included constitutional/statutory provisions of land administrations.
SEFSA Dialogue: Role of Civil Society in Shaping South Africa’s Future
Socio-Economic Future of South Africa is a meeting of civil society actors, faith community and business people. They deliberate ways of dealing with the socio-economic challenges facing South Africa.
The Digital Age: Social Media Use, Expression and Innovation
SPL/CFCR/KAS Youth Forum
The digital age with its opportunities and risks will be the focus of a youth forum, jointly hosted by CFCR, SPL and KAS. Students from various schools in the Western Cape are invited to share their experiences with social media.
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