Photo Gallery

Facebook

1 month ago

Ipids in Cambodia! Are you, or a person you know, engaged in a civil society organisation and want to improve your data literacy?

This workshop may be what you are looking for - but DL to sign up is today (13 September), so you need to be quick.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

1 month ago

Any ipids in Stockholm area who have trouble booking a Covid-vaccination time because you lack a Swedish personnummer?
Here is an opportunity to stop by the Frescati campus for a drop-in jab.On two Fridays in September, a vaccination unit will come to Frescati campus to offer drop-in vaccination against COVID-19 for students at Stockholm University and other universities in Stockholm. The service is mainly aimed at students who have difficulties booking vaccination due to not having a Swedish personal identity number.
www.su.se/english/news/mobile-vaccination-unit-at-frescati-on-10-and-17-september-1.570369
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 months ago

Located in #Lesotho, #Mozambique, #Tanzania, #uganda, #zambia, or #Zimbabwe and interested in #digitaladvocacy?
You may want to check out this training from Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa.📢📢Are you interested in the nuts and bolts of #digitalrights advocacy in Africa? Are you located in #Lesotho, #Mozambique, #Tanzania, #Uganda, #Zambia, or #Zimbabwe?

Here is a training opportunity for YOU!!
👉🏾👉🏾https://bit.ly/3yJRF90

#InternetFreedomAfrica
#FIFAfrica21

MISA Zimbabwe JamiiForums Bloggers Of Zambia The African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME) Internews USAID Mozambique
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 months ago

PP directs SAPS to ensure SALA pays pensions and apologizes to the complainants

In one of 13 reports that PP Adv. Busisiwe Mkhwebane released last Wednesday, she dealt with matter involving failure by the SAPS to timeously submit disability claims on behalf of seven of its employees to the SA Local Authorities Pension Fund in line with the rules of the Fund.

The late submission of the claims financially prejudiced the complainants, who are also members of the Fund.

She directed the National Commissioner of the SAPS to see to it that the complainants are paid what they owed (varying amounts from R600k to R1.7m depending on the merits of each case).

She directed that the payouts must come with interest. SAPS must also conduct an audit to check how many other employees may be affected.

Also, SAPS must apologize to the affected in writing.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook