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Latest from ParlyBeat

MPs: Underfunding of NPOs need comprehensive solutions
Author: Alicestine October
Published: Nov 02, 2017

What started out as a petition to parliament about the underfunding of child welfare NPOs on behalf of residents of the East Rand in Johannesburg, has this week spiralled into a broader call for a more comprehensive solution to underfunding across all provinces.

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