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The South African Human Rights Commission is searching for talented individuals who are committed to shaping the future of South Africa
The SAHRC has embarked on a comprehensive rethinking exercise that involves critical self-reflection, reviewing our performance, and asking difficult questions. One of the consequences of this rethinking process has been the development of a new organisational structure that seeks to attract talented individuals committed to transforming society, securing rights and restoring dignity.
Research Associate- 1 year contract – Research Programme – Head office
Salary: All inclusive package of R12 888 per month inclusive of benefits
Kindly submit a one page cover letter and two page CV to email@example.com by 15h00 on Friday 21 May 2015. Please note that candidates may be required to undergo competency assessments and subject themselves to security clearance procedures. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews.
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Court orders Free State pub owner to pay R80, 000 for using K-word
Forum of Institutions Supporting Democracy in South Africa Unequivocally Condemns Attacks on Foreign Nationals
SAHRC condemns xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals
Equality Courts orders Sunette Bridges to ensure she does not promote hate speech, harassment and violence on her Facebook page
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SAHRC Tip-offs Hotline
Report any fraudulent and/or unethical behavior taking place in the Commission anonymously to the SAHRC Tip-offs Line.
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Independently managed by Office of the Public Service Commission.
Since its establishment, the SAHRC has dedicated itself to:
• Raising awareness;
• Monitoring and assessment;
• Education and training
• Addressing human rights violations
The SAHRC promotes, protects and monitors human rights in South Africa. It also has a specific responsibility to promote and monitor the implemen-
tation of PAIA.
08 March – International Women’s Day
21 March - Human Rights Day
27 April – Freedom day
1 May - Workers day
03 May – World Press Freedom Day