SECTION27 welcomes the release of #FeesMustFall student activist, Kanya Cekeshe.

Kanya Cekeshe was sentenced to eight years in jail for public violence and...


Supreme Court of Appeal judgment gives the Komape Family #Justice4Michael

18 December 2019 PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   SECTION27 welcomes...


Michael Komape: Supreme Court of Appeal Judgment

SECTION27 welcomes the judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in the case...


SECTION27 and TAC NHI Submission November 2019

Executive Summary SECTION27 and the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) welcome the...


Can the NHI cure the public system failings and private system inequality?

A number of questions have been asked the NHI Bill. Can the it cure the public...


TAC and SECTION27 welcome Health Market Inquiry Final Report

Johannesburg, 30 September 2019 – SECTION27 and the Treatment Action...


Statement from SECTION27 Men’s forum re: Wodumo Assault

4 March 2019 Statement from SECTION27 Men’s forum re: Wodumo Assault.  ...


Civil Society organisations welcome establishment of SIU Tribunal

Johannesburg 25 February 2019: SECTION27 and Corruption Watch welcome the...


SECTION27 Board Appoints New Executive Director

SECTION27 Board Appoints New Executive Director 5 November 2018 The Board of...


Exciting Opportunity - Vacancy

FUNDING CAMPAIGNS COORDINATOR SECTION27 is seeking to enhance and expand its...


It’s time to make safe school sanitation a national priority  

Dear President Cyril Ramaphosa, We at SECTION27 would like to draw your...


CENTRE FOR CHILD LAW & SECTION27 CONCERNED ABOUT THE PUBLIC DISCOURSE ON VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS

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Civil Society voice concern over Health Ombud’s treatment of whistle-blower

31 August 2018 The Rural Health Advocacy Project, the Treatment Action Campaign...