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Klipspruit West Cemetery Burial Blunder [Part 1]

Stephanie Hughes, mother of late Ricardo Hughes who passed away in a tragic car crash about 10 years ago, shares her feelings on her son's tombstone being removed on the basis that it was illegally erected.

Fellin Abdull, granddaughter of Muriel Abdull, was wrongfully buried on top of Ricardo Hughes after not being sure it was the actual grave of the late Mr Ibrahim Abdull. The family says they questioned City Parks and was told go ahead, "bury your mom and grand mother"

Brave Men SA-Healthy Masculinity

We come to the end of a three-part series with Dane Smith, Founder of Brave Men South Africa-an organisation that provides a platform for men to gather and talk about issues they face. This series tackles toxic masculinity during a time that the South African society is grappling with gender-based violence and femicide. The first episode of the series kicked off with the conversation around community standards of toxic masculinity, while the second episode unpacked shame and vulnerability faced by men, and this final episode wraps up the series with a discussion about healthy masculinity.

Brave Men SA encourages men from all walks of life to make use of this platform to change the narrative around masculinity.

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HRC responds to human rights violations during lockdown

The Human Rights Commission of South Africa responds to issues of human rights violations amid lockdown, the plight of those at risk of losing their jobs, the deployment of the South African National Defence Force, and the special R350 COVID-19 social relief of distress grant that sees many wait in long queues for extended periods of time and poses health risks.

I Have Brown Skin and Curly Hair

In conversation with author of the book 'I Have Brown Skin and Curly Hair' that touches on cultural diversity, the significance of celebrating diversity in South Africa, and the importance of educating children about their heritage.

23 year old Eldorado Park woman clears her name amid false coronavirus rumours

Eldorado Park resident Chante' Ingle has falsely been accused of having the coronavirus. Images of the the 23 year old have been circulating locally on social media with a caption falsely stating that the virus has reached the local community and that Ingle has been infected. During her interview with Eldos FM, cleared her name of the rumours and explained the impact the false allegations have had on her.

New regulations under the Disaster Management Act of South Africa have been released and state that creating and/or spreading fake news about the covid-19 pandemic through news and other channels is a criminal offence. It is an offence to publish a statement through any medium with the intention to deceive about the pandemic, anyone's covid-19 infection status or the government's measures to address the virus. Any person who misrepresents that he, she or any other person is infected with covid-19 will be liable to a fine or imprisoned for no longer than 6 months, or liable to both a fine and imprisonment.

The legal implications of failing to adhere to COVID-19 conditions in South Africa

Legal Aid Attorney Sydney Sithole unpacks the legal implications of not complying with the conditions set out by the South African government around the coronavirus, known as covid-19. Sithole also reveals what Legal Aid is doing to ensure social distancing and sanitisation as an organisation. Clients are encouraged to contact their call centre on +27 (0) 800 110 110 or the landline on +27 (0) 11 938 3547

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