Patent Barriers to medicine access in South Africa: A case for Patent law reform

Over the past 15 years, HIV activists in South Africa have won significant...


SLSJ/SECTION27 Internship

Students for Law and Social Justice and SECTION27 present the June Vacation...


Civil society and faith-based organisations lay down the gauntlet in fight against corruption

At a media briefing in Johannesburg civil society organisations came together...


People's march against xenophobia

Media Alert | Press Conference Emergency Coalition announces People’s March...


SA is Ferguson

STATEMENT: South Africa is Ferguson; Ferguson is South Africa Johannesburg, 27...


Political party funding: Who pays the Piper? Who calls the tune?

In less than four months, in compliance with our Constitution’s injunction...


Reflections of a Legal Intern at SECTION27 (2013) – Rosa S.Y. Chen

When I finished law school in Sydney, Australia earlier this year, I signed a...


Press statement: SECTION27 congratulates Competition Commission on recent successes

SECTION27 congratulates the Competition Commission of South Africa on its recent...


How to Fight an Epidemic of Bad Laws

Shereen El Fiki’s TED talk on HIV and the Law How to Fight an Epidemic of...


Certificate course on HIV/AIDS and the law

Curriculum 2011 (PDF, 100KB) WHO SHOULD ATTEND? lawyers in government, civil...


The Protection of Information Bill is unconstitutional and anti-democratic

Joint SECTION27/TAC statement Transparent governance, free expression and a free...


Civil Society organisations meeting on 12 November to consider the Integrated Support Team Reports

The fourth Budget and Expenditure Monitoring Forum (BEMF) will take place...


ESR Review: Regulating private power in health

Hospital Association of South Africa v Minister of Health and Another [2010]...


A Week into the Public Sector Strike

We Demand Political Leadership and Engagement from the Highest Level of...


Promotional video clip of A Country For My Daughter

In A Country For My Daughter Nonkosi Khumalo travels around the country...