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SLSJ Calls for the Resignation of President Zuma

Apr 6, 2016 Comments Off on SLSJ Calls for the Resignation of President Zuma Chairperson

SLSJ Calls for the Resignation of President Zuma following the Constitutional Court Judgement on Nkandla SLSJ Calls for the Resignation of President Zuma following the Constitutional Court Judgement on Nkandla On the 31 of March 2016 the Constitutional Court handed down a unanimous judgement delivered by Mogoeng CJ confirming that the power of the Public Protector to ...

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UKZN Students engage with Justice Zak Yacoob

Apr 4, 2016 Comments Off on UKZN Students engage with Justice Zak Yacoob Andrea23

                SLSJ Members from the UKZN Howard College Branch engaged and debated with Justice Zak Yacoob on the recent Nkanlda Judgement at their weekly pop-up discussions!

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2016 SLSJ-SECTION27 INTERNSHIP ADVERT

Mar 29, 2016 Comments Off on 2016 SLSJ-SECTION27 INTERNSHIP ADVERT Andrea23

APPLY NOW for the 2016 SLSJ-Section27 June/July Internship Programme.   The internship has been running for a number of years and has proven to be a great success. Exclusive to all SLSJ members, this internship will give students the experience of working in the Public Interest Legal Sector and will expose them to various kinds of human rights ...

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#TextbooksMatter

Nov 18, 2015 Comments Off on #TextbooksMatter Andrea23

A dialogue worth attending!!!

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ProBono.org Legal Internship Opportunity

Nov 16, 2015 Comments Off on ProBono.org Legal Internship Opportunity Andrea23

All LL.B graduates or final year law students are encouraged to view the following advert for 2 intern positions at ProBono.org. ProBono.org is a very close partner of SLSJ and will give interns great exposure to social justice issues.   " ProBono.Org is a non-profit legal clearinghouse, (with law clinic status), which secures private lawyers for indigent clients. ...

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Grahamstown xenophobic attacks

Oct 28, 2015 Comments Off on Grahamstown xenophobic attacks Andrea23

We urge all those in the Grahamstown area to show solidarity and join the March on Friday. We also urge all South Africans to show support to these victims of xenophobic attacks. Please read the statement below: Wednesday, 28 October 2015 Press Statement from Voices of the Foreigners’ Wives Our Protest Will Go Ahead on Friday Nothing has been ...

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President Jacob Zuma to meet Student Leaders at Union Buildings

Oct 23, 2015 Comments Off on President Jacob Zuma to meet Student Leaders at Union Buildings Andrea23

22 October 2015 SLSJ has been denied access to the meeting between the President and student leaders tomorrow in Pretoria. The National Chairperson of SLSJ has been in touch with the office of the President and has been informed that the President will only be engaging with the South African Students Union. Despite numerous attempts through ...

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SLSJ’s Statement on the Fee Increases at Institutes of Higher Learning

Oct 21, 2015 Comments Off on SLSJ’s Statement on the Fee Increases at Institutes of Higher Learning Andrea23

Institutions all around the country have brought forward, proposed increases in tuition for the upcoming year that is of elevated and preposterous amounts. Stellenbosch University management proposed its increase of 11.5%. This was brought to light after WITS management proposed their 10,5% increase to student fees.Other institutes are in the similar position. As SLSJ we ...

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Join us as we Unite Against Corruption

Sep 25, 2015 Comments Off on Join us as we Unite Against Corruption Andrea23

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SLSJ Unite Against Corruption Press Statement

Sep 25, 2015 Comments Off on SLSJ Unite Against Corruption Press Statement Andrea23

25 September 2015   Press Release Regarding SLSJ Involvement in the March Against Corruption   2015 has been a revolutionary year for students across South Africa. The past nine months have seen a newwave of student activism, characterised by protest action, the spark of a new type of student movements, a strong theme of black consciousness and the unapologetic ...

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