Public Meeting: What is the cost of secrecy in our lives? 6pm-7.30pm, Tues 29 April Community House, Salt River Speakers: * Hennie van Vuuren (Right2Know Campaign): Lessons from the Arms Deal * Luthando Tokota (Social Justice Coalition): Lessons from sanitation services * Sandra van Niekirk (Million Climate Jobs campaign) : Lessons from electricity tariffs and […]Read more »
Info Access Now!
The R2K Campaign is committed to the free flow of information for all – the right to access and share information lies at the centre of all grassroot struggles for access to information.
Wherever possible we will support member organisations and communities in asserting their rights to access information and freedom of expression.
In the run-up to the 2014 elections, the Right2Know campaign will again mark “Freedom Week” – 27 April (Freedom Day), 1 May (Worker’s Day) and 3 May (World Press Freedom Day) – in recognition of the struggles and victories that all citizens, workers and journalists have fought for and continue to fight for. This year’s […]Read more »
A version of the following opinion piece appeared in The Cape Times and The Star on 11 February 2014: The front-page report in the Sunday Independent that billionaire Natie Kirsh may be the ‘mystery donor’ behind the failed DA-Agang merger, has excited much interest in his alleged role as a political donor. Rightfully so. But […]Read more »
In mid-October the Seriti Commission of Inquiry starts its third month of hearings into the controversial R70-billion Arms Deal. The Right2Know Campaign calls for a fully transparent process to expose the alleged corruption and abuse of power linked to the Arms Deal. R2K is concerned by reports of attempts by the Seriti Commission to limit […]Read more »
R2K KZN solidarity for Abahlali baseMjondolo and residents of Cato Crest: WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO PROTEST! All the people ask for is decent accommodation. They were promised this in 1994 but 19 years later when they ask for the fruits of those promises, they are evicted from their informal dwellings and their leaders imprisoned, […]Read more »