Korean health authorities seek help from Shincheonji for plasma donations

Health authorities in South Korea have approached Shincheonji Church of Jesus asking for further plasma donations for the development of a vaccine for Covid-19. Among the challenges in researching the effectiveness of convalescent plasma treatment...

Sierra Leone: Stranded Sierra Leoneans return amid COVID-19 pandemic

This week, 59 Sierra Leoneans stranded in Senegal since the outbreak of COVID-19 returned home safely via air charter flight, bringing to 2,800 the number of people assisted with voluntary return in the region...

#Womandla: South Sudan: Women make a stand for a place in government

Women in Northern Bahr-el-Ghazal State call for the implementation of 35 per cent political representation, as stipulated in the revitalised peace agreement signed in September 2018, in the next state government. “The agreed quota of...

#Womandla: Saluting Tsitsi Dangarembga

In times of injustice throughout history, women have taken a stand and made their voices heard. In a country where voices are being silenced, award-winning Zimbabwean author, Tsitsi Dangarembga, decided to stand up for...

Zimbabweans raise their voices #ZimbabweanLivesMatter

Zimbabwe is under the spotlight this week as unrest, instability and protest takes place in the streets of Bulawayo and Harare after security forces were deployed to control the people, which resulted in police...

International Scholars Publish New White Paper on campaign in South Korea to pin blame...

Researchers from European-based organizations the Center for Studies on New Religions and Human Rights Without Frontiers have released a second white paper explaining a campaign in South Korea to pin blame for the nation’s...

South Korean Government Remains Silent regarding COVID-19 Human Rights Violations despite International Outcry

Human Rights Violations under the watchful eyes of the South Korea government continues despite statements from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) earlier this year saying, “USCIRF is concerned by reports that...

Mandela Day Interfaith Solidarity Webinar Against Religious Oppression

In celebration of Mandela Day, Heavenly Culture World Peace and Restoration of Lights (HWPL) is hosting an Interfaith Solidarity Webinar Against Religious Oppression. IPYG will be partnering in this event. This Saturday, Southern African Religious...

Government Bullying – Teachers speak out about scapegoating of Shincheonji

Faldielah Haupt and Michelle Arendse, both of whom play an active role in Cape Town society as teachers, mothers, activists, and Peace Educators, raise their voices through written letters about the troubling situation in South Korea and the discrimination...

One Million Masks for Cape Town

The use of facemasks to curb the spread of Covid-19 is absolutely vital - but while the belief and perception is that 'surely by now everyone has a mask', nothing can be further from...

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