On the 7th of April 2017, tens of thousands of South Africans across the country gathered in different cities and townships in support of “Shut down SA” a national day of action planned for the following week. About 40 000…

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On Sunday, 18 March 2017, a woman traveling with her 10-year-old son in Soweto got into a Quantum minibus on Ontdekkers road, Johannesburg, thinking it was a taxi. When inside the taxi, three men held her and her son at…

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On 28 March 2017, African Diaspora Forum (ADF) organised and led a peaceful march from Pieter Roos Park to the Library Gardens in Johannesburg CBD. The march was held against the recent xenophobia attacks that have been happening in South Africa, and was attended by…

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Karibu! Journalists attended a training workshop on Reporting on Climate Change at the Institute for the Advancement of Journalism (IAJ) on 7 March 2017 at their offices in Richmond, Johannesburg. The workshop was fasilitating by Mandi Smallhorne and Gus Silber…

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On 24 February 2017 an anti-immigrant march took place in Pretoria. The march was organised by Mamelodi Concerned Residents, with other Pretoria residents, who marched to Pretoria…

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More than 200 CHWs were present on the 2nd floor of the House of Movements in Johannesburg, for the arbitration proceeding that began on 7 February 2017, and which was set to continue until 9 February. The case against the…

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The Health Ombudsman’s Report into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of mentally ill former-Life Esidimeni patients was finally released on 1 February, stating more than 94 patients have…

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On the 16th of December 2015, the Unite Against Corruption and the many people of South Africa, came together to reject the corruptive cancer at the core of the government. They gathered at 10:00am, on the Braamfontein side of the Nelson Mandela Bridge.

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The 23 October 2015 will go down in history as the day the students born after apartheid picked up the baton of the Class of 1976. At about 4pm in the afternoon the President of the Republic, Jacob Zuma,

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The victory of the #FeesMustFall movement in its struggle for a moratorium on fee increases is an important step in a long of struggle for justice in South Africa. As many students have said, this is part of a long…

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