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The Centre for Unity in Diversity writes regular articles on topical issues, participates in the national debate on constitutional issues and interacts with government and interested groups with a view to upholding constitutional rights and values. 


ARTICLE: POLITICS BY INSULT
ARTICLE: POLITICS BY INSULT

Recent judgments and current court cases involving Julius Malema, the leader of the EFF, are helping to clarify the acceptable limits of political comment.  

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ARTICLE: MOVING THE NEEDLE - THE YOUTH VOTE IN SOUTH AFRICA
ARTICLE: MOVING THE NEEDLE - THE YOUTH VOTE IN SOUTH AFRICA

As Election 2019 kicks into full swing, the numbers, names and details have become available, much of it online. A healthy 48 political parties will be contesting the national elections, with 26.74 million - or 74.4% - of the voting population having registered to vote. Of this number, 55% are women. A significant number of registered voters, almost 25%, are in the 30 to 39 years age group.

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COMMENTS ON REVIEWED LANGUAGE POLICY
COMMENTS ON REVIEWED LANGUAGE POLICY

The Centre for Unity in Diversity (CUD), based at the FW de Klerk Foundation, avails itself to making a written submission in response to the invitation to submit comments on the proposed and reviewed Language Policy of the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC).

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