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Name the Chapter of the South African Constitution that guarantees the rights to free press

Name the Chapter of the South African Constitution that guarantees the rights to free press

Name the Chapter of the South African Constitution that guarantees the rights to free press. The Chapter of the South African Constitution that guarantees the rights to free press. Freedom of the Press is protected by Section 16 of the Constitution, which states: “Everyone has the right to freedom of expression, which includes freedom of …

Define the National Environmental Management act and how illegal dumping is in violation of this act

On this page we define the national environmental management act and how illegal dumping is in violation of this act. Define the National Environmental The National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998 intends: to provide for co-operative, environmental governance by establishing principles for decision-making on matters affecting the environment, institutions that will promote co-operative governance and procedures for …

Is the Government doing enough to ensure that Human Rights are protected

Is the Government doing enough to ensure that Human Rights are protected? Well, The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is a national institution that constantly seeks to ensure that all human rights are protected. The SAHRC was set up to support constitutional democracy in South Africa. It’s committed to promoting respect for, observance of and protection of …

Why South Africans need to help those Affected by Gender-based Violence

This page contains reasons why South Africans need to help those Affected by Gender-based Violence. According to UNHCR, Gender-Based violence refers to harmful acts directed at an individual based on their gender. Gender-based violence mainly results as a sign of gender inequality, the abuse of power and harmful social norms and roles. It is estimated that one in three women will experience …

Name a form of ownership that is represented by the SABC

On this page we Name a form of ownership that is represented by the SABC. The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC (SOC) Limited, is a Schedule 2 (Major Public Entity) entity in terms of the Public Finance Management Act NO. 1 of 1999, as amended. It was established through an Act of Parliament in 1936, which …

Naming and Explaining Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking

Naming and Explaining Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking

On this page we name and explain Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking in South Africa: Two Laws or Legislation that Protect Citizens against Human Trafficking Law 1: The Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Act 7 of 2013 aims: to give effect to the Republic’s obligations concerning the trafficking of persons …

Naming and Explaining 3 Elements of Social Justice

Naming and Explaining 3 Elements of Social Justice

On this page, we will name and explain 3 elements of Social Justice: Social Justice can be explained as a process to redressing the situation whereby people with fewer choices (the poor and disadvantaged) often suffer most from discrimination (e.g. race, religion, gender, culture, ability, age) and a lack of acknowledgment of their human rights, …

Name the market structure in which Agriculture Farming Operate

Answer to the Question: Name the market structure in which Agriculture Farming Operate?: Most agricultural markets are “perfectly competitive,” meaning (ideally) that a homogeneous product is produced by and for many sellers and buyers, who are well informed about prices. Defining Agricultural Market System The agricultural market system according to Toppr refers to the system through which agricultural products reach our …

Three main contributing factors that led to Human Trafficking

On this page, we’ll discuss three main contributing factors that led to Human Trafficking in South African Context: Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit. Men, women and children of all ages and from all backgrounds can …

Why it is Important to Evaluate Impact Assessment Studies before taking action

Why it is Important to Evaluate Impact Assessment Studies before development or taking action: Environmental impact assessment (EA) is the term used for the assessment of the environmental consequences (positive and/or negative) of a plan, policy, program, or project prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action. Impact assessments are commonly associated …