NIMNI VISITS THE ZIMBABWEAN EMBASSY

ISSUED ON         :               4th of AUGUST 2020 SOCIAL JUSTICE MANDATE    :               NIMNI VISITS THE ZIMBAMBWEAN EMBASSY  RE          :               ZIMBABWE GOVERNMENT INFRINGES ON INNATE      HUMAN RIGHTS Transparency and good governance are highlighted by the public and/or civil society’s fundamental right to comment on laws and regulations; on the disposition of state funds and revenue, as well as the decisions taken by those who have been elected to serve them. However, the regime in Zimbabwe has reactivated its authoritarian systems to crush…

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#NOTINMYNAME PROTESTS AT U.S. EMBASSY

ISSUED ON    :               4th of JUNE 2020 SOCIAL JUSTICE MANDATE   :   NIMNSA DEMANDS JUSTICE FOR COLLINS KHOSA RE   :   SANDF REPORT ON THE DEATH OF COLLINS KHOSA Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula told the Portfolio Committee on Defence yesterday that there is no report from the Board of Inquiry clearing the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) of the death of Collins Khosa. In other words, there can be no determination on whether he was murdered. This follows after reports were made which suggest…

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NIMNSA BROADCASTS PICKET AGAINST EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

ATT ALL MEDIA HOUSES: NIMNSA BROADCASTS PICKET AGAINST EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RE: School Readiness The country will collectively transition to Level 3 of the National Lockdown mandated by the Disaster Management Act on the 1st of June. For the education sector, this means that Grade 7 and Grade 12 pupils will resume with academics. Interesting to note is that all other gatherings are still prohibited because of concerns regarding Social Distancing and rate of infection. The Public Education Sector, in consideration…

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NIMNSA WELCOMES THE WITHDRAWAL OF FOOD PARCEL GUIDELINES

ATT ALL MEDIA HOUSES: NIMNSA WELCOMES THE WITHDRAWAL OF FOOD PARCEL GUIDELINES FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE RE: Gauteng Social Development Withdraws Guidelines on Food Distribution NOT IN MY NAME SA welcomes the decision taken by Gauteng Social Development to withdraw guidelines on food distribution which were imposed on NGOs operating under Essential Services Category: CARE SERVICES, SOCIAL RELIEF OF DISTRESSED. The guidelines were designed to centralise, and slow down, the distribution of food parcels during a national crisis. In addition, they were drenched in…

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#NOTINMYNAME GOES TO UNION BUILDINGS

ATT ALL MEDIA HOUSES: #NOTINMYNAME GOES TO UNION BUILDINGS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE#Day30OfLockdown NOT IN  MY NAME SA has been classified as Essential Services for the duration of the lockdown under the category: CARE SERVICES, SOCIAL RELIEF FOR DISTRESSED. The #NOTINMYNAME COVID-19 Food Parcel Drive made its 10th drop-off this week since its launch 7 days ago: we have provided vulnerable and neglected communities with temporary relief to ease the angst generated by the extension of the lockdown. In our journey to restore pride…

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