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Moving into Level 3 – with caution

Source: www.denishurleycentre.org As South Africa moves this week into Level 3 lockdown, it is a step into the unknown. The emergency...
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Moving into Level 3 – with caution

Cape Bangladeshis’ R450k food donation – 19 April

The Bangladeshi community in Cape Town has assisted their local community through food parcels worth R450,000.00 on 19 April. The...
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Cape Bangladeshis’ R450k food donation – 19 April

Zimbabwean Migrant Workshop – 28 May 2020

SALO is hosting an online multi-stakeholder workshop on Zimbabwean migrants and COVID-19 responses.
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Zimbabwean Migrant Workshop – 28 May 2020

Palestinian Ambassador to South Africa and members of her embassy.

The Palestinian masks are a joint initiative of the Embassy of Palestine and #Africa4Palestine. The masks are made locally in...
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Palestinian Ambassador to South Africa and members of her embassy.

SALO Weekly News Briefs – 26 May 2020:

Western Sahara: Source: President Geingob: Morocco should implement UN resolutions to decolonize Western Sahara The President of Namibia, H.E. Hage...
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SALO Weekly News Briefs – 26 May 2020:

SALO Community Dialogue on Hate Crimes – 21 May 2020

SALO is hosting a community dialogue on hate crimes under the theme of deepening human rights in South Africa through...
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SALO Community Dialogue on Hate Crimes – 21 May 2020

COVID Regional Update:

Zimbabwe: President extends coronavirus lockdown indefinitely  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-05-16/zimbabwe-president-extends-coronavirus-lockdown-indefinitely Source: Bloomberg Date: 16 May 2020  Zimbabwe: Coronavirus has 44 confirmed total cases...
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COVID Regional Update:

Save the Children COVID-19 Emergency Response and Recovery Plan.

Source: Esther Mahlalela | Save the Children South Africa | Digital Engagement Officer In every single country and community, the...
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Save the Children COVID-19 Emergency Response and Recovery Plan.

SALO Weekly News Briefs -18 May 2020:

Central African Republic: Source: “A Chance at Peace”: UNOPS Highlights Success in Central African Republic Over 10,000 people across the...
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SALO Weekly News Briefs -18 May 2020:

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia – 17 May 2020

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International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia – 17 May 2020

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) is a South African-based not-for-profit civil society organisation which, through advocacy, dialogue, policy consensus and in-depth research and analysis, influences the current thinking and debates on foreign policy especially regarding African crises and conflicts.