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.
Blikkiesdorp is on a knife edge following the burning of shacks of those accused of habouring thugs and gangsters.
The authorities charged with investigating the perpetrators of the Marikana massacre are unable to the job for lack of funding – and evidently for a lack of political will.
The sentencing of a violent, psychopathic farmer has been hailed as a victory for farmworkers in that it may deter farmers from assaulting them.
A hospital for children is facing imminent closure after withdrawal of funding by the Department of Health.