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Edit African Human Security Initiative

Institute for Security Studies Veale Street Block C, Brooklyn Court New Muckleneuk, Pretoria

The transformation of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) to the African Union and the adoption of the New Partnership for Africa?s Development (NEPAD) have raised expectations of renewed commitment by African Heads of State to better governance and e

Telephone2712 3469500
Fax2712 4600998

Edit Appeal Documents Services

26 Hollander Crescent Morningside, Durban, 4001

We provide a professional service in the preparation of appeal records for clients throughout South Africa to the following courts: All Provincial Divisions; The Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa; The Labour Appeal Court; The Constitutional Court

Telephone2731 3039336

Edit Constitutional court

Constitutional Court 1 Hospital Street Constitution Hill Braamfontein 2017, Gauteng

This court, the highest in South Africa on constitutional matters, was born of the country's first democratic Constitution in 1994. In an acclaimed new building at Constitution Hill, the 11 judges stand guard over the Constitution and protect everyone's h ...

Constitutional Court Private Bag X 1 Constitution Hill Braamfontein 2017
Telephone+27 11 359-7400

Edit Democracy Development Programme

2nd Floor Masonic Grove Chambers 32 Masonic Grove, Durban, 4001

Our Mission is to consolidate democracy through the promotion of citizen participation, a human rights culture, and good governance in South Africa. We strive towards a society where those who govern do so with skill and integrity, and those who are gover

Telephone2731 3049305
Fax2731 3062261

Edit Idasa

357 Visagie Street (corner Prinsloo), Gauteng, Pretoria

Idasa is an independent public interest organisation committed to promoting sustainable democracy based on active citizenship, democratic institutions, and social justice.

Telephone2712 3920500
Fax2712 3202414

Edit Indiba-Africa Development Alliance

Indiba-Africa House 433 Clark Road Glenwood, Durban, 4001

Indiba-Africa Development Alliance (Indiba-Africa), has a vision of a diverse Africa united in it's commitment to the adoption, respect and protection of human rights as legitimately defined and assented to by all it's citizens

Telephone2731 2011494
Fax086 6518233

Edit Knowledge Harvest Services

Rissik and Jorrisen street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg

Knowledge Harvest Services is a hundred percent Black Woman Owned (BWO) legally registered company based in Johannesburg. It was formed in 1999 as a Training Center, that later developed and expanded into Supply and Distribution, Project Management and Co

Telephone2711 4037155
Fax2711 4036729

Edit The Conflict and Governance Facility

Unit 21, Building 7 252 Jean Park Chambers Jean Avenue Centurion, Pretoria

The Conflict and Governance Facility is a partnership project under the auspices of National Treasury between the South African Government and The European Commission. The Facility came into effect through a Financing Agreement SA/73200-02/02, Project Num

Telephone2712 6649400
Fax2712 6649401

Edit The Parliamentary Monitoring Group

2nd floor Associated Magazines 21 St Johns Street, Cape Town, 8001

The Parliamentary Monitoring Group, an information service, was established in 1995 as a partnership between Black Sash, Human Rights Committee and Idasa with the aim of providing a type of Hansard for the proceedings of the more than forty South African

Telephone2721 4658885
Fax2721 4658887

Edit The Southern African Information Portal on Corruption

67 Roeland Square Drury Lane, Cape Town, 8001

The Southern African Information Portal on Corruption is located within the ISS Corruption and Governance Programme in Cape Town, South Africa.The Portal is funded by the Danish Development Agency (DANIDA) through the Embassy of Denmark and the Norwegian

Telephone2721 4617211
Fax2721 4617213

Edit The Training for Peace programme (TfP)

Mount Edgecombe, Umhlanga Rocks, Durban

The Training for Peace programme (TfP) was initiated and established by the Norwegian Government in 1995 with a five-year timeframe. Its overarching goal is to contribute to state and human security in the Southern African region - also known as the South

Telephone2731 5023908
Fax2731 5024160
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