Friday 12 July

January 2024

Parents should be cautious when opting for homeschooling
SECTION27’s Zeenat Sujee and Fatima Laher


October 2023

The BELA Bill: A long overdue transformation to the basic education sector
SECTION27’s Johnathan West

Matshidiso Lencoasa | Schools feeding programme: Please save the children!
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa


September 2023

This court case will literally determine whether some people get to breathe
SECTION27’s Aneesa Adams

UN General Comment provides a normative framework for climate justice for South Africa’s children
SECTION27’s Faranaaz Veriava


August 2023

We are short-changing women with budget cuts, corruption, and underspending in health
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa

There are many avenues to address gender inequality – the Budget is one
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa



May 2023

Underspending in education maintains deep inequalities entrenched by apartheid.
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa  

How a working democracy can ensure state accountability in school feeding programme failures. SECTION27’s Dr Faranaaz Veriava, Dr Demichelle Petherbridge and Baone Twala 

Some PIRLs of wisdom for the education minister – stop planning, start legislating . 
Cameron McConnachie of the Right to Read Campaign  


April 2023

Stop politicising pit toilet deaths
SECTION27’s Faranaaz Veriava

Imagining alternative paths for WHO 75 years in
SECTION27’s Baone Twala and Mbali Baduza and Anne-Emanuelle Birn, Ramya Kumar, Erika Arteaga-Cruz from People’s Health Movement. 

Underspending in education maintains deep inequalities entrenched by apartheid.
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa

Struggle for migrant health rights still far from over after landmark judgment.
SECTION27’s Mbali Baduza and Kholofelo Mphahlele 


March 2023

In the mission to eradicate pit toilets, this new progress monitor democratises data for Limpopo schools.
Demichelle Petherbridge


February 2023

The poor should not bear the burden of Eskom’s financial woes” 
SECTION27’s Matshidiso Lencoasa


January 2023

The Patent Amendments Bill: The negative impact of half a decade of delays
Umunyana Rugege and Baone Twala 

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