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  • Author: Valerie Fichardt
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    Honourable Speaker Honourable Members and Colleagues Distinguished Guests Ladies and Gentlemen

    Honourable Speaker, we thank you for this Debate on Vote 14, Basic Education.

  • Author: Precious Motha
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    The President convened the meeting to discuss the country’s migration policy and discuss how various sectors can work with government to promote orderly migration and good relations between citizens and other nationals.
     
    The meeting was attended by various stakeholders from
  • Author: Precious Motha
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     These attacks are the latest manifestation of troubling attitudes that continue to undermine our Constitution and our hard-won democracy. 

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    Children between the ages of 3 and 5 from Ulandi Kindergarten in Soweto spearheaded a march against xenophobia in the Joburg CBD on Monday.

  • Author: Precious Motha
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     Despite being protected by local communities in many instances, the children are often targeted by police because they do not have South African documents.

  • Author: Precious Motha
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    This was a conversation taking place on a Saturday at home in Ibex Hill, in my hometown of Lusaka in 1978. I was a young lad, and my dad was due to take me to watch Jaws 2, which had just come out.

  • Author: Precious Motha
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    Addressing a media briefing at Parliament, Lehohla said labour absorption of young black people - based on the age of 35 years and below - was particularly poor.

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    Perinatal deaths are a combination of foetuses that are born dead, known as stillbirths, and babies that die in the first week after birth.

  • Author: Precious Motha
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    The study, Birth to Twenty, tracked children born in 1990. Most of them were born in Soweto; others were brought up in Eldorado Park and elsewhere in the south of Johannesburg.

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    As it stands, the Birth and Death Registrations Act 51 of 1992 (BDRA) stipulates that children born to single mothers have to take their mother’s surname, while the father’s surname or a double-barrelled surname, can only be given with the father’s consent, or if legal proof of paternity is given

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