Supporting Gogos to support young parents would be the most cost-effective way of repairing our broken social fabric, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
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Six police officers have been hopistalised, and another 18 injured, after they were met with violent resistance during an operation to remove hundreds of refugees from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees offices.
Rights group Amnesty International has urged the government of Botswana not to force any of the Caprivi refugees to return to their home country Namibia if there is "a risk of persecution".
Four people died and nearly 180 are missing, presumed dead, after Saturday's migrant ship capsize in the Mediterranean, officials said after interviewing a handful of survivors.
The United Nations Human Rights Council's report on South Africa has painted a grim picture of conditions in the country’s prisons.
Democratic Republic of Congo's famous rape-care doctor Denis Mukwege will present a petition to the United Nations demanding perpetrators of widespread, horrific sexual abuse in the country to be held accountable.
The European Union's current relocation scheme for refugees is "not enough" to address the scope of the problem, the head of the UN refugee agency says.
Egyptian police using tear gas have dispersed small demonstrations in Cairo by supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi.
The reopening of the land claims process and concerns about farm attacks in South Africa are among issues presented to the UNHRC forum in Geneva, Switzerland, the FF Plus says.
The United Nations has condemned appalling, widespread crimes by Islamic State forces in Iraq, including mass executions of prisoners.
A complaint has been lodged with the SAHRC against the correctional services department’s emergency security team for allegedly beating, electrocuting and torturing inmates.
An interfaith delegation trying to help mediate for a group of refugees and asylum seekers has allegedly been attacked in the Cape Town church in which hundreds have sought shelter.
Tanzanian President John Magufuli has called on Burundians who have fled their country to return home, after talks with President Pierre Nkurunziza who was making his first foreign trip in more than two years.
The government of Burundi has been implicated in a number of human rights abuses across the country, including execution and torture, a new report released by the United Nations has says.
Malawian government officials have expressed concern over an increase of Mozambican refugees entering the country, putting further strain on an already fragile economy.
A growing number of migrants worldwide are fleeing "sickening atrocities" and often encounter cruelty and xenophobia instead of compassion, the UN's rights chief says.
Rights groups say Egypt has failed to hold officials accountable 2 years after the deadly rally crackdown.
Boko Haram Islamist militants in northern Nigeria are using children as human bombs and targeting women and girls for particularly horrific abuse, including sexual slavery.
Four civilians have been killed in the remote north of Cameroon in a cross-border attack by Boko Haram militants.
President Jacob Zuma says South Africa respects Uganda's anti-homosexual laws.
South Africa must speak out against homophobic Ugandan legislation, the SA Human Rights Commission says.
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