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#IamMuslim campaign to challenge Islamophobia

After a series of arson attacks on mosques around Europe and Africa, South African non-profit organisation People against Suffering Oppression and Poverty (Passop) partnered with marketing agency Native to spearhead a campaign called #IAmMuslim. The campaign aims to challenge the prevalent attitudes of Islamophobia and racism. The campaign serves as[…]

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CT says ‘No’ to xenophobia

Capetonians from different backgrounds on Wednesday joined the chorus of international condemnation against xenophobia during a march to Parliament. Over 20 civil society organisations, including the provincial ANC leadership called for an end to the violence against foreign nationals during a march, an issue that has been placed on the[…]

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