UHURU Productions is a wholly black owned film and television production house. The company has a wealth of expertise in the production and management of current affairs programming, documentaries, drama and non-broadcast productions in Southern Africa. With offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa the company has a wealth of expertise in the production. UHURU Productions was founded in 2003 by Producer/Director Rehad Desai.
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The People to People International Documentary Conference (P2P) is taking place 16-18 September parallel to and in conjunction with the Tri-Continental Human Rights Film Festival. Since its inception in 2007, the conference has become the leading documentary film event in Africa. The primary objective of the conference is to enhance the quality, reach and impact of African documentary film making.
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Marikana Justice Campaign is a socio-economic movement for civil. It is a campaign for justice for the Marikana massacre. When members of the South African Police Service opened fire on a group of miners and 34 people were killed and at least 78 were wounded.The incident was the single most lethal use of force by South African security forces against civilians since the Sharpeville massacre during the apartheid era.
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Lawyers for Human Rights is an independent human rights organisation with a 30-year track record of human rights activism and public interest litigation in South Africa. LHR uses the law as a positive instrument for change and to deepen the democratisation of South African society. To this end, it provides free legal services to vulnerable, marginalised and indigent individuals and communities, both non-national and South African, who are victims of unlawful infringements of their constitutional rights.
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urces Centre (LRC) is South Africa’s largest public interest, human rights law clinic. Established in 1979, we use the law as an instrument of justice for the vulnerable and marginalised, including poor, homeless and landless people. The LRC has four offices in Cape Town, Durban, Grahamstown and Johannesburg.
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