Links & Partners

Jozi Book Fair
Khanya College launched the first edition of Jozi Book Fair (JBF) in  August 2009 in collaboration with Botsotso Publishers at Museum Africa. Khanya College will host JBF 2010 at Museum Africa on the 7th, 8th and 9th August. The overall objective of Jozi Book Fair is to provide a public and visible platform where three key social partners in the promotion of a culture of reading and writing can come together.



Black Sash
The Black Sash is an independent, non-governmental Human Rights organisation that has worked tirelessly for justice and equality in South Africa for nearly 55 years. Our Vision is making human rights real. Since the end of Apartheid in 1994, the Black Sash has focussed on the promotion and protection of our hard-won freedoms, particularly in the areas of social and economic rights.We demand for Human Rights are recognised in law and respected in practice; and that the government is accountable to ALL its people and attends to their basic needs in a participatory and dignified manner.



 The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS)

The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) was founded in 1978 within the School of Law at the University of the Witwatersrand. The work of CALS is divided into several research programmes focussing on key areas of human rights. Some of these programmes included the Gender Research Project (1992) and the Aids Law Project (1993).



 Reproductive Rights Alliance (RRA)

Formed in 1990, the RRA is a national alliance of about 50 organisations committed to promoting, advancing, mobilising and ensuring that all South Africans, particularly women, can make choices about their reproductive health and their lives.