• SJC Sanitation ​Court ​Case Postponed
    • Dec 05, 2017 |
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    The Social Justice Coalition (SJC) and the City of Cape Town were due to appear before the Equality Court on 5 December 2017. The SJC approached the court to challenge the inferior sanitation services provided to informal settlements by the...

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  • Open letter to Portfolio Committee of Police
    • Nov 22, 2017 |
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    Dear honourable member of the Portfolio Committee of Police in Parliament Re: Black lives, police resources and the Portfolio Committee of Police Starting on 25 August 2015, after delivering a memorandum to the Minister of Police and the Chairpersons of...

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  • Marikana Crisis: All parties must come to the table
    • Oct 05, 2017 |
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    On Thursday 5 October the Social Justice Coalition and Marikana residents marched from the Cape Town Civic Centre to the Western Cape SAPS Provincial Office to demand a swift intervention from authorities regarding the dire situation in Marikana, Philippi East....

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  • Press Statement: Update on Police Resources Court Case
    • Jul 19, 2017 |
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    On Wednesday 19 July 2017 the Social Justice Coalition (SJC), Equal Education (EE) and the Nyanga Community Policing Forum (CPF) held an information session to update interested parties on the Police Resource Allocation case. The case will be heard in...

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  • JOINT PRESS STATEMENT: The #SJC10 case and protecting the right to protest
    • Jun 13, 2017 |
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    On 14 and 15 June 2017, activists from the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) will appear in the Western Cape High Court to challenge a law that has helped to criminalise protest. This case is a vital legal intervention for the...

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  • SJC announces new leadership elected at our AGM 2017
    • Jun 07, 2017 |
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    On Saturday 3 June 2017 the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) held its elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Thusong Hall, Khayelitsha.  The AGM allowed around four hundred delegates, representing all of our branches across Cape Town, to reflect on the...

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