SAPST signs MOU with Malawi Parliament

In a landmark development, SAPST and the Malawi National Assembly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 6 December aimed ...
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SAPST in Social Accountability Drive

SAPST entered into a partnership with the Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM) in 2011 to advance the concept of social ...
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Recent Developments in Botswana

Botswana attained statehood in the 1960s. Its Constitution emanates from that era and is similar in text to constitutions that ...
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Increased, Equitable and Adequate Resources – Key to Realisation of Children’s Rights

Civil society organisations working on child rights issues in East and Southern Africa have intensified their engagement with Governments on ...
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Recent Developments in Lesotho

The Lesotho National Federation of the Organizations of the Disabled (LNFOD) held a meeting aimed at briefing the Portfolio Committee ...
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The Regional Update: January 2018

Zimbabwe’s 2018 National Budget following departure of long-serving Mugabe The Minister of Finance and Economic Development Hon Patrick Chinamasa presented ...
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SAPST Celebrates 10 Years of Excellence in Parliamentary Strengthening

The Southern African Parliamentary Support Trust commemorates a milestone achievement in provision of technical and financial support to the Parliaments ...
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SAPST@10 Anniversary Supplement

AS SAPST commemorates a milestone achievement in the provision of technical and financial support to the Parliaments of Southern Africa ...
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Residents Reject Constitutional Amendment (No.1) Bill

GOVERNMENT’s attempt to amend the Constitution through Constitutional Amendment (No.1) Bill to enable the President to appoint a new Chief ...
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SAPST Breaks New Ground in The SADC Region

SAPST Breaking New Ground in the SADC Region on Social, Economic and Cultural Rights The Board of Trustees of the ...
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