By: New Frame The repression and abandonment of impoverished people continues unabated in South Africa, consigning them to lives that cannot flourish and deaths that pass unnoticed among the elite.
Nov 04 2020
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Oct 26 2020
Government promise that ‘700,000ha of state land will be redistributed’ raises more questions than answers
By Katlego Ramantsima Could this announcement be just another political strategy to win the people’s favour for the next elections?
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Oct 01 2020
The succession of chiefs in a constitutional democracy is a complex matter with equal rights at its heart
By Peter Delius The undemocratic and ahistorical approach to settling succession disputes has allowed richly resourced mining interests to enter into alliances with contenders for high office to secure access to mineral-rich land without consulting the people living on the land.
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Sep 17 2020
By Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime Since 2016, there have been at least 38 assassinations and 14 attempted assassinations in mining localities in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN). Mining-related assassinations are even more difficult to track than political killings. Motives can often be multilayered and the rural environment in which most attacks take place can render accurate …
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