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7am

16 cops to appear in court on drug charges

The group, stationed at OR International Airport and the subject of a three-year investigation, will appear in court on various charges including racketeering, dealing in drugs, and defeating the ends of justice. National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in Gauteng Phindi Mjonondwane.
08
AUG
6pm

Womens Day: Reflections on the progress made in fighting GBV

In August 2018, thousands of women across the country marched under the banner ‘The Total Shutdown Against Gender-Based Violence’. The women taking part in the Gauteng leg of the march handed over a list of 24 demands to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.Two years later, we ask four women who took part in that march if there is anything to celebrate on Womens Day 2020. Keitumetse Moutloatse, the founder of the Black Women Caucus.
08
AUG
6pm

Womens Day: Reflections on the progress made in fighting GBV

In August 2018, thousands of women across the country marched under the banner ‘The Total Shutdown Against Gender-Based Violence’.

The women taking part in the Gauteng leg of the march handed over a list of 24 demands to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Keitumetse Moutloatse, the founder of the Black Women Caucus.

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