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  • Public health facilities in Mpumalanga report
  • Water and Sanitation reports
  • Free State Water and Sanitation Reports



Free State Open Toilet Finding May 2011

Johannesburg Equality Court Judgement: SAHRC vs J. Qwelane May 2011

Affirmative Action Finding: J. Kemp vs the University of Cape Town May 2011

Free State High Court Judgement: Pregnant Learner May 2011


Jo Anne Du Plooy vs Alex Blaikie Montessori Centre: Children's Rights

Makhaza Open Toilet Finding 2010

Mpumalanga Equality Court Judgement: Disability Rights Dec 2010


Pieter Hall vs Superspar Belhar: Right to Equality


Lorraine van Der Steen vs Blombosch Homeowners Association: Right to Equality

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SAHRC launches investigation into allegations of racism at University of the Free State
SAHRC finalizing report on complaints against King Goodwill Zwelithini
SAHRC response to ANC petition on racism
International Disability Day – SAHRC calls for employers to do more
SAHRC welcomes Supreme Court judgment on the delivery of textbooks in Limpopo


Pfanelo January Edition

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FreeCall: 0800 222 365
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SAHRC Programmes

Since its establishment, the SAHRC has dedicated itself to:
•  Raising awareness;
•  Monitoring and assessment;
•  Education and training
•  Addressing human rights violations

How can the SAHRC help?

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

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