SACBC JUSTICE AND PEACE COMMISSION IS HELPING SICK MINERS WHO ARE ABOUT TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST COAL MINING COMPANIES

Today, SACBC Justice and Peace Commission has announced that it is helping sick miners who are about to sue the coal mining for failing to protect them from black lung disease. “As Church, we are always close to the sick and the marginalized in the society. Our work with sick miners is both about healing […]

Nothing has changed: Corruption before and after democracy – by Puleng Matsaneng

The Jesuit Institute South Africa Over the past few months we have witnessed countless service delivery protests, affecting especially those in our townships. Most often these protests take place as early as 4am before many even leave their homes for the day. Roads are littered with burning tyres and rubble. Leaving home has become a […]

SACBC JUSTICE AND PEACE COMMISSION DECRIES POOR REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN AND UNEMPLOYED YOUTH AT THE JOB SUMMIT

Bishop Gabuza, the president of SACBC Justice and Peace commission, has called on the president to consider broader representation in the next job summit which is scheduled for next year. He said that “generally, we are happy with the resolutions of the summit. At the same time, we believe that the summit could have achieved […]