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IRR calls for the release of poor prisoners who can't afford bail
SouthCoastNews.co.za

SAIRR calls for the release of prisoners who can't afford bail

In 2015, 7468 detainees were held in jails across the country because they could not afford bail. According to a study done by the South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) none of these detainees were convicted of any crimes and are still ... SABC, 2 months ago

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IOL, 1 week ago
IAfrica.com

SAIRR warns of massive fuel price hike

South African motorists should brace for a big fuel price increase in April if the rand and oil prices remain at their current levels, the South African Institute for Race Relations said. The SAIRR's chief economist, Ian Cruickshanks, said that ...
 IAfrica.com2 months ago

Operation Rescue SA: Possible, doable, feasible?

Amid a mood of nationwide gloom, the South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR) has released its latest report, a National Growth Strategy designed to turn the country's economy around in record time. Is anyone going to listen? Should anyone ...
 Daily Maverick16 hours ago Operation Rescue SA - Possible, Doable, Feasible?  AllAfrica.com4 hours ago
Cape Argus

Laws will create an illusion of no racism - SAIRR

INDEPENDENT MEDIA Picture: Supplied Cape Town - The South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR) says laws criminalising racism won't stop discrimination, but would drive racism underground. SAIRR spokeswoman Mienke Mari Steytler said: ...
 Cape Argus1 week ago Racists and bigots 'minority voice' in SA, says Institute of Race Relations  Talk Radio 7022 weeks ago 'Criminalising racism is not the solution to the problem'  Eye Witness News1 month ago
SA Breaking News

Cosatu commends Expropriation Bill

The Congress of South African Trade Unions commended parliament on Friday, after it passed the Expropriation Bill this week. The Bill which seeks to speed up the pace of land reform by eliminating some of the obstacles created by the willing ...
 SA Breaking News1 hour ago Bill shoots investors in the foot  Cape Messenger3 hours ago COSATU : COSATU commends Parliament for adopting the Expropriation Act STATEMENT  Polity.org.za6 hours ago COSATU commends Parliament for adopting the Expropriation Act  Congress of South African Trade Unions4 hours ago
IOL

Law to tackle hate speech

Cape Town - A draft bill that will criminalise racism in the country has been amended to include hate speech, as incidents of discrimination have increased at an alarming rate, according to the South African Human Rights Commission. The ...
 IOL1 week ago

Outh Africa UHT Milk Market to Grow at a CAGR of 11.2% During 2014 to 2019 : Persistence Market Research

The increasing powdered milk market in the country has been a major challenge for the UHT milk market here, which can be a potential threat in future. High growth rate makes the UHT milk market one of the most attractive industries for new companies ...
 Digital Journal1 month ago
Businesstech.co.za

15 reasons why the ANC racism bill is a bad idea

Ernst Roets, deputy CEO of AfriForum says that while intentions by the ANC to criminalise racism seems like a good idea on the surface, if studied more closely, it becomes clear that a racism bill is a bad idea. Thomas Sowell, the American ...
 Businesstech.co.za1 month ago
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