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Rwanda: Les FDU-INKINGI Accuiellent avec Bonheur la Liberation de sa Presidente Mme Victorie Ingabire Umuhoza mais Restent Vigilantes (15.09.2018)

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CICR – Burundi: une aide d’urgence pour des families burundaises recemment expulsees du Rwanda (13.09.2018)

Burundi: Ministere des Affaires Etrangers lettre du United Nations (11.09.2018)

Burundi: Note Publiee a l’Occasion du lancement de la Campagne dediee a l’Accord d’Arusha pour la Paix et la Reconcilation au Burundi et au Dialgoue Inter Burundais externe pilote par l’East African Community (EAC) en Collaboration avec l’ Organisation des Nations Unies (ONU) L’Union Europeene (UE), Et L’Union Africaine (UA) prevue du 11 Septembre au 10 Octobre 2018 par L’OLUCOME (11.09.2018)

Burundi: The Commission of Inquiry is deeply concerned by the freedom of action and impunity by the Imbonerakure (05.09.2018)

Burundi: Note de Plaindoyer sur la mise en Application de la Convention des Nationes Unies contre la Corruption par le Burundi emise lors de la 9th Session du Groupe d’Examen de l’Application de la Convention des Nations Unies contre la Corruption prevue du 03 Au 5 Septembre 2018 a Vienne en Autriche (03.09.2018)

Burundi: Decret No. 100/126 du 31 Aout 2018 Portant Nomination Des Members De La Commission Electorale Nationale Independante (CENI) – (31.08.2018)

RDC: Communique de Presse (09.07.2018)

RDC: CLC – Le Peuple Congolais Revendique Haut et Fort son Droit a des Elections Credibles (07.07.2018)

 

Human Rights council discusses situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (05.07.2018)

The committee appealed to government, faith-based organisations, traditional leaders and community organisations to join hands against this scourge that is plaguing our society.

PRETORIA, South Africa, July 5, 2018 – The committee was made aware of the weaknesses and strengths within Sapo and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) before this process was implemented. Because weaknesses in the implementation of the payment process are now becoming manifest, the committee wants to revisit the roadmap that Sapo presented to the committee and to hear about the progress Sapo has made in its checklist for disbursements.

Such weaknesses include, among other things, long queues, stampedes in post offices, the inability of staff to cope with large numbers of people and the unavailability of enough cash in most areas. This is why the committee wants to understand how far both entities are in working together to ensure that grants are disseminated successfully in future.

The committee has also urged Sassa to improve the way it communicates with South Africans and to do so timeously, particularly when challenges are anticipated. The committee urges Sassa to ensure that frontline staff dealing directly with the public are kind and courteous.

The committee also believes that Sassa should consider alternative ways of using a pin number to access the social grants. It has transpired through provincial reports that a lot of grant beneficiaries, particularly the elderly, easily forget their pin numbers and there was no support system, as had been promised before implementation.

The scourge of sexual assault on children was also before the committee at today’s meeting. Some of the Chapter 9 institutions attending the meeting suggested that poor coordination is failing these vulnerable groups. The committee resolved to ask the Minister of Social Development to take up the matter with the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Leader of Government Business. This serious social challenge requires a response from government, particularly from within the Department of Social Development, which should champion this response.

The committee also sent sincere condolences to all families whose loved ones passed away as a result of a sexual assault. The committee appealed to government, faith-based organisations, traditional leaders and community organisations to join hands against this scourge that is plaguing our society.

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