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For just R1 for popcorn, and you can watch a movie at Buhle Sithela’s pop up cinema in Khayelitsha. It took two years, but Sithela, 22 years old, has realised his dream to bring cinema to the township with regular…

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Community monitors from the Benchmarks Foundation (BF) attended the Jozi Book fair on 3 September 2017. Mmathapelo Thobajane…

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Soweto Women's Forum Marching against the ongoing of taxi abuse, rape and killing of women and children in Soweto

Oxfam South Africa held a Second convening of the People___s Economic Initiative on 30 November to 01 December 2017 at Turbine Hall, Newtown, Johannesburg

The winners of the Wits Spell Master with Wits Citizenship and Community Outreach at the Jozi Book Fair 2017

The elected leadership of new union federation, SAFTU at the founding congress held in Birchwood hotel, Boksburg in April 2017

Residents of Protea Glen in Soweto spend their New Years Eve with damaged houses after the storm happened on the 30 December 2017

Representatives from various social movements and NGOs discussions discussing bills passed in parliament late in 2017. The bills are about the minimum wage and reversed right to strike

Opposition Parties marches against President Jacob Zuma in the name of _Zuma Must Fall_ in Pretoria

Minister David Makhura speaking to media after part of the ministerial building was burnt. The minister told media all records were kept backed up and that the fire ignited from a socket fault

Khanya College Directors in conversation Mametlwe Sebei of WASP about the Outsourcing Must Fall

Founder of the South African Commercial, Catering and Allied Workers Union (SACCAWU) Emma Mashinini. Her memorial service was held at Johannesburg Ciy Hall.

Image of Professor Keorapetse Kgositsile in the front of his memorial service held at the City Hall in Johannesburg. Bra Willie, as he was affectionately known, died at the age of 79

EFF___ DA and UDM at the Constitutional Court about the impeachment proceesidings against President Jacob Zuma

EFF celebrating African Day with different African Nationals in the name of #NoToXenophobia at Joubert Park, Johannesburg

During the #JoburgSOCA17 Executive Mayor, Cllr Herman Mashaba and The Speaker Vasco Da Gama opened the New City Chamber

Diaries of the ___Rioting and Writing_ Wits Fallist Book Launch.The book was launched by a group of Wits Fallist writers at the Morris Isaacson High School in Soweto

DA marched from Westgate to Mary Fitzgerald Square recalling President Jacob Zuma to resign after the reshuffling of the Ministers

A view of a strike held at the Gauteng Legislature in May 2017. The strike was in solidarity with the Palestine hunger strike which went for about 40 days

Ahmed Kathrada memorial service held at the Johannesburg City Hall. Mourners celebrated the life of ANC Stalwart by chanting struggle songs and some of the placards were written Zuma Must Fall

600 MK vetarans deployed at Luthuli House against the marching to demand President Jacob Zuma’s resignation.

#NotInMyName campaign marched to Union Buildings against the abuse, killing and rape of women and children

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