Reserve Bank of South Africa governor Lesetja Kganyago's wife is refusing to back down in a racial feud with a top Pretoria private school. Zibusiso Kganyago, a member of the diversity and transformation committee (DTC) at Cornwall Hill College (CHC), has been accused by the school board of sending an unauthorised submission on racism to the SA Human Rights Commission (HRC).
President Cyril Ramaphosa today while testifying before the South African human rights commission said that he, as the Head of State, he takes responsibility for whatever happened during the July unrest. A Twitter user while commending on what the president did said, “President Ramaphosa has agreed before HRC commissioners to take responsibility for the July unrest as the Head of State.
The issues of foreigners in this country have been a heated one ever since the decision by the government not to renew the Zim Work Permits. Ever since then we have seen so many Zimbabweans trying to come up with tactics that will allow them to stay in the country.
The Zion Christian Church (ZCC) priest who ordered security guards at Moria to lock an advocate in a tiny shack for two days could be in hot water for violating his human rights. The Human Rights Commission (HRC) in Limpopo said yesterday that it would meet ZCC leaders on Tuesday and could summon the priest if the church failed to cooperate. "We have set up a meeting with the ZCC which advocate Mphafolane Koma will also attend," said Jeffrey Nkuna, provincial HRC manager. The commission sprang into action after
According to an announcement by News24, cabinet could be told today to close schools for three weeks. This will, by all indications, be tabled today (Thursday) with an announcement to follow soon after. The news came through sources in teachers unions, who attended a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Basic Education. The announcement will then be made by either President Cyril Ramaphosa or Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga, after Motshekga has given feedback to the Cabinet. By this morning, 572
Lesufi's racism advisory council for education is born out of the sin of racial prejudice The FF Plus has ascertained from the response by the Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyasa Lesufi, to a question in the provincial Legislature that the education racism advisory council, which will be tasked with investigating teachers and learners for inclinations of racism, is born out of the sin of racial prejudice. According to the written reply that the FF Plus received from Lesufi, the main reason why the council will
CAPE TOWN - The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) needs students back in study halls consistently. In a bid to make space for social removing notwithstanding the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been exposed to rotational learning, adequately splitting class measures by getting youngsters to skip days.
Nearly 15 million learners are expected to return to school next Monday. National Teachers Union initiated a collaboration with the Human Rights Commission, to survey school readiness before phase-2 begin This concept breezed in after the union conducted its survey. However, the concern grew bigger to present credible stats to the Department of Basic Education. Survey questions will be given to the school Principal to complete, as they are the overseers. The alarming rise of infection in schools and the country
CAPE TOWN - The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) needs students back in homerooms consistently. In a bid to make space for social removing notwithstanding the COVID-19 pandemic, students have been exposed to rotational learning, adequately dividing class estimates by getting kids to skip days.
“We have heard them, we welcome their contributions and are taking steps to address their concerns as well as proposals,” said the President on International day for the Protection of Children. Sipho Mnguni In the aftermath of the cancellation of the Minister address on Sunday night, and ultimately the moving of the date were schools were scheduled to open. And the assurance by the President on the International Day for the protection of children that school won't open. The Western Cape has opened schoo
https://www.iol.co.za/capeargus/news/city-of-cape-town-to-square-off-with-hrc-and-eff-in-battle-for-land-owners-rights-1aecc370-288e-4bde-88ae-089304809a5e?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1634028997 Cape Town - The City of Cape Town will get down to business with the Human Rights Commission and the EFF in the Western Cape High Court today to decide the right of land proprietors to oust illicit land trespassers without a court request.
The Human Rights Commission (HRC) has warned the general society on misinformation pointed toward bringing into question the viability and wellbeing of vaccines. On a statement, the HRC encouraged all South Africans to settle on their choice dependent on logical proof from recognizable and legitimate sources. The principal clump of 1 million COVID-19 antibodies created by AstraZeneca and Oxford University showed up in South Africa on Monday. The immunizations are as of now going through quality confirmation