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For many living in South Africa, 2017 has been a constant battle to survive the ‘dry season’. This dry season has been constituted by the onslaught of rising food and transport prices, lack of adequate service delivery, worsening working…

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South Africa has been gripped in recent weeks by countless accounts of gender based violence against women and children at the hands of men they have often known, and in some cases been intimate with. The trending #MenAreTrash hashtag expressed…

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As Freedom Day and May Day/ Workers Day approach, recent events provide us with a chance to reflect on the promises made to the majority Black working class of South Africa by the elected representatives during the period of transition,…

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As this month’s edition of Karibu! prepared to go to print, the Constitutional Court ruled that CPS continue paying social grants for another year. This ruling comes as an anti-climax after the unfolding scandal around Minister of Social Development, Bathabile…

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As we embark in a new year of struggles, the first Karibu! edition of 2017 seeks to provide a view of the state of South African society in the current post-Marikana context, and link it with the rest of Africa…

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