Press Releases

Solidarity Movement launches global campaign against discriminatory government policy  

The Solidarity Movement has launched an international campaign to apply pressure to the South African government to oppose racial discrimination.
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Solidarity Movement wants to head to the Constitutional Court over lockdown

The Solidarity Movement today said that it is consulting with senior lawyers in order to head to the Constitutional Court and.
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Solidarity Movement welcomes phasing out of lockdown 

The Solidarity Movement welcomes the process of phasing out the lockdown but believes the regulations should have been relaxed more.
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Imperative that universities continue their programme offer – Solidarity Movement

The Solidarity Movement today called on public universities to proceed without delay with their planned online programme and not to.
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Solidarity Movement host a joined helpmekaar day

Today, 7 April 2020, the Solidarity Movement will host an online helpmekaar day. The purpose of the day is to.
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Virseker Trust donates R1 million to the Solidarity Movement’s emergency fund

The Virseker Trust announced that it will donate R1 million to the Solidarity Movement’s emergency fund. The fund’s goal is.
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The Solidarity Movement announces plans to fight Covid-19

The Solidarity Movement today announced comprehensive plans to fight Covid-19. The Movement also made an offer to government to work.
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State of the Nation Address: Movement chooses to build rather than to rely on the state

In response to Pres. Cyril Ramaphosa’s State of the Nation Address, the Solidarity Movement today confirmed that, despite certain dubious.
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Solidarity Movement welcomes questions from the Netherlands about expropriation of land

The Solidarity Movement today welcomed the Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok’s request directed to the South African government to provide.
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Head of Land Committee proves land expropriation is about power

The Solidarity Movement today strongly criticised statements by the ANC, namely that the executive must decide when expropriation without compensation.
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