To round off the year, Elitsha brings you some of the stories we covered this year.
The quantity and quality of wine available in Scandinavia is strictly controlled by the governments and tenders are issued for wine producers.
Farmworkers in Grabouw led by CSAAWU have been on strike since Monday, 6 May.
Workers at Oak Valley Farm have been on strike since Monday. With support from the nearby Grabouw community, they aim to lead a shutdown of the town.
Saftu led a march on Parliament to bring demands to the finance minister on the day of his budget speech.
SAFTU believes that the budget speech that will be delivered on Wednesday will not be different to the ones before it.
Blue Ribbon workers have been on strike for over seven weeks with an agreement with the employer still a distant prospect.
The author argues that the formation of the SRWP is premature as it is not born of workers’ struggle and lacks a clear programme of action.
The author argues that class consciousness is the only way to defeat capitalism.
Women from all walks of life joined the march to Parliament to highlight gender-based violence in South Africa.
SAFTU has condemned the 3-year wage agreement that has been signed by Cosatu affliates in the public sector.
In a show of power, about 6,000 workers and community members in Cape Town marched against the proposed minimum wage and labour law amendments.