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Violence Doesn’t Just Live In The Fists

By Vuyokazi Futshane-Project Officer at Oxfam South Africa Austerity as an invisible and deadly form of violence, precisely because we cannot see, hear, touch, taste or smell it. The story of [...]

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Economic Violence is Gender-Based Violence

The South African Police Services reported on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, that over 17 000 cases of gender-based violence were reported across the country between July and September 2022. This [...]

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Transparency and Accountability of the New Development Bank

On Sunday, countries at the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) that was held last week in Egypt adopted a final agreement that included the establishment of a fund for loss and [...]

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COP27: Climate Action Now!

Global temperatures have risen 1.1 degrees Celsius and are heading towards 1.5 degrees Celsius, according to the UN’s climate scientists, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [...]

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The climate crisis is exploding before our eyes

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LANDMARK RULING ON THE SEISMIC OIL EXPLORATION IN THE WILD COAST

  02  September 2022                                  Landmark ruling on the seismic oil exploration in the Wild Coast: The people and planet first before profits.   Oxfam South Africa [...]

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SOLIDARITY WITH THE #NATIONALSHUTDOWN

25 August 2022 MEDIA STATEMENT ON COSATU AND SAFTU-LED NATIONAL SHUTDOWN: DEMANDING URGENT ECONOMIC INTERVENTION FROM THE STATE Press Release: Oxfam South Africa stands in Solidarity with the [...]

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Oxfam SA Statement of Solidarity in the context of the Corona Virus Epidemic

The Corona Virus Pandemic is indiscriminately disrupting lives across our world, leaving a trail of destruction in its path. Download the Oxfam SA Statement of Solidarity

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HUMAN RIGHTS DAY MEDIA STATEMENT

21st March 2017 MINING ACTIVISTS REMEMBER SLAIN ACTIVIST BAZOOKA RADEBE ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY. Communities from mining-affected areas used human rights day by commemorating the death of mining [...]

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‘Growing inequality threatens to pull our societies apart’

Fallists went head-to-head with National Treasury director-general Lungisa Fuzile at the Mail & Guardian’s Critical Thinking Forum on Increasing Inclusive Economic Development In South [...]

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