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[NEWSLETTER] SERI's latest newsletter is out (20 May 2024).

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This is SERI’s first newsletter for 2024. In it, we present a few highlights from our work from the first four months of this year.

Over this period, SERI represented Abahlali baseMjondolo, who were admitted as amicus curae, in a matter brought before the Constitutional Court by the residents of Bromwell Street who are represented by Ndifuna Ukwazi. SERI has remained engaged in the Khampepe Commission of Inquiry into the Usindiso Building fire which resumed in January 2024.
In an advocacy heavy period, SERI co-hosted a storytelling workshop with the University of Western Cape's Politics and Urban Governance Research Group, and the University of Sheffield, in which residents from Slovo Park participated. SERI also participated in a dialogue on the Rights of Domestic Workers in terms of the amendments made to the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993 (COIDA).

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