Civil society, community-based organisations, trade unions and activists protested in major cities and towns around the country to demand better living and working conditions.
Informal economy workers in Zimbabwe say the government imposed the lockdown without making sure they would have means to survive.
Trade unions organising domestic workers in Zimbabwe say that employers are taking full advantage of the changing work environment imposed by the lockdown due to covid-19.
Public transport in South Africa remains a public hazard 26 years into democracy.
Community careworkers in the Eastern Cape marched to the provincial Department of Health demanding direct and permanent employment.
A group of workers demonstrated outside the Department of Labour offices against their deteriorating work conditions under covid-19.
The workers say that they now live in poverty after they asked for what is due to them and for better working conditions.
The dismissed bakery workers took their employer to the CCMA for unfair dismissal.
Municipal workers in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality march for insourcing and danger allowance during the COVID-19 pandemic.