ARTICLES RELATING TO CONTRALESA

Initiation open to abuse - Contralesa

2014-05-30 17:06

The practice of initiation has become open to abuse by people seeing it as an opportunity to make money, the Congress of Traditional Leaders of SA has said at the launch of a campaign to deal with initiations this winter.

Contralesa elects new president

2013-11-30 22:09

The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa has elected Setlamorago Thobejane as its new president, the organisation says.

Apology for initiation deaths

2013-08-02 21:08

Traditional leaders have apologised to the country for the recent spate of deaths among young men at initiation schools, saying these deaths must be curbed.

Traditional leaders want cabinet posts

2012-12-05 22:19

President Jacob Zuma should consider appointing two traditional leaders to his Cabinet, the Congress of Traditional Leaders of SA says.

Traditional courts bill 'flawed'

2012-06-25 21:49

The traditional courts bill is flawed in its present form, the Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution says.

Hands off our king, KZN leaders say

2012-01-24 22:30
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It is disrespectful to demand an apology from Zulu monarch King Goodwill Zwelithini for an alleged gay slur, traditional leaders in KwaZulu-Natal say.

 

'Radical' plan to curb initiation deaths

2014-05-28 11:01

A "radical" plan will be introduced to curb deaths at initiation schools in South Africa, the Congress of Traditional Leaders of SA says.

Zuma called to intervene in WSU dispute

2013-09-03 17:53

UDM leader Bantu Holomisa has called on President Jacob Zuma to intervene to end the Walter Sisulu University strike.

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Xingwana: Traditional practices harmful

2012-08-01 17:44

Women should raise their voices and give input when the overhauled traditional courts bill is introduced, Women's Minister Lulu Xingwana says.

Buthelezi not giving up on election bid

2012-02-15 20:47

IFP president Mangosuthu Buthelezi says he will not give up trying to postpone the traditional council elections in KwaZulu-Natal even though his court attempt.

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