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SAHRC Deputy Chairperson delivers a public lecture on Democracy and Hum an Rights at Wits University

 

02 October 2012

MEDIA INVITE

ATTENTION: Editor and Reporters

You are invited to join the Deputy-Chairperson of the South African Human Rights Commission, Dr Pregs Govender as she delivers a public lecture on: South Africa’s Democracy and Human Rights: Progress and Challenges

This is the Second Annual Lecture organized by Wits University Department of Sociology.

WHEN:   Wednesday, 3rd October 2012
VENUE:  Wits University, Southwest Engineering Building, Ground Floor, Room 10.
TIME:    5:30pm for 6:00pm

Safe Parking at Yale Road, Wits
For more information, please call: 011 717 4440

Issued by:
Isaac Mangena
Head: Communications
South African Human Rights Commission
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