The City of Cape Town says it will seek a court interdict against the “violent, EFF-led” striking workers.
The wildcat strike by workers under the MyCiti project in Cape Town is not resolved and will continue into a third day.
Former SAB workers and widows of those who have since passed on are searching for their provident fund benefits after their unfair dismissal in 2001.
SASSA officials in Khayelitsha joined the nationwide strike calling for suspension of the biometric enrollment system.
Prasa has committed to dealing with poor rail services after being pressured by a coalition of civil society organisations under the #UniteBehind hashtag.
About 100 community health workers marched through the streets of Cape Town to the Western Cape Department of Health to demand better working conditions.
A lecture by Adam Hanieh sheds light on where the uprisings that started in North Africa and spread to the Middle East in 2011, are today.
The struggle for better working conditions for workers at institutions of higher learning continues after they were insourced due to pressure from workers and students during #FeesMustFall.
Dubbed #BishopLavisShutDown, residents of Bishop Lavis and surrounding townships came out against gang violence, crime and drugs in the area.
A group of about 100 land activists marched to Parliament to demand speedy expropriation of land without compensation.
A memorial service for the workers killed in an explosion at Rheinmetall Denel Munition was held on Thursday evening.
A seminar was held on Tuesday, 28 August on the challenges facing women’s access to resources from the land and sea.