This year’s Jozi Book Festival takes place from 29 to 30 October 2022 at the Workers Museum in Newtown. In the midst of increasing degeneration and decay, so visible in the city of

All too soon we have come to the close of the 23rd Winter School, a wonderful and inspiring experience for all of us at Khanya College.

On behalf of Khanya College, we wish you a very warm welcome to the 23rd Annual Khanya College Winter School, a school for activists.

Finance Minister, Enoch Godongwana’s budget speech to Parliament on 23 February 2022 confirms the South African

After a lengthy struggle against precarious temporary contracts the Gauteng Community Healthcare Forum gained a…

Please note that due to the Covid-19 fourth wave, Oupa Lehulere’s memorial service is…

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“The second reason for the failure of the state’s public schools strategy, is the emerging grassroots movement to close schools. The temporary closure of schools or ‘break’ is a partial victory won by these movements. The protests started in Cape Town…”

“The government’s decision to postpone the June exams to December, and the silence about when the December exam is going to be held, is an admission that given the Covid-19 conditions it will be impossible for public schools to recover the time lost in 2020.”