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Press Statement: CSVR Expresses Concern Over Unconstitutional Change of Power in Guinea

African leaders should take the lead in condemning unconstitutional change of power in GuineaAs Guinea Conakry faces a future run by the military following a coup in that country, the Centre for the Study of ...

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Press Release: Youth Educational and Economic Inclusion in South Africa: What Are We Doing Wrong?

Attention Media Houses: For Immediate ReleaseThe factors that contribute to high rates of youth who are not in employment, education, or training (NEET) are complex and multifaceted.CSVR’s recent report on youth inclusion points out that ...

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Press Release: Marikana Massacre 9 Years Later

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation Remembers the Marikana Massacre 9 Years Later. The 9th anniversary of the Marikana Massacre on 16 August 2021 remains a painful reminder of this event, and the ...

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SADC Violates Its Liberal Democratic Principles with Eswatini Response

Despite regime’s brutality the regional organisation has failed to condemn it and has shown little solidarity with activists.The political tides are changing in Eswatini as the country’s monarchy faces increasing public resistance. Over recent months ...

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Press Release: The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation Condemns the Ongoing Violence in KZN and Gauteng

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) has been following the recent events that have been characterised by widespread violence in South Africa that has resulted in 72 deaths. CSVR condemns the ...

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The State Is Failing in Its Duty to Foster Inclusion and Safety of the LGBTIQ+ Community

South Africa’s crime stats do not show the vulnerability of certain sections of our society, including LGBTIQ+ people. By not providing effective reporting and analysis of violence against them, their needs and challenges are again ...

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SANDF Budget Cuts Threaten Hopes of SA Military Intervention in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado

The key question is whether South Africa is well positioned to provide military assistance to Mozambique in light of these cuts, especially with the former expected to play a leading role in the intervention in ...

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