The Black Sash is an independent, non-governmental Human Rights organisation that has worked tirelessly for justice and equality in South Africa for nearly 55 years.

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AfricaFiles - Human Rights AfricaFiles is a network of volunteers committed to promoting African perspectives and alternative analyses for human rights and economic justice in (...)

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