“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.”

Download PDF After a nurse tested positive for COVID-19, Duduza clinic on the East Rand in Gauteng was closed on 3 April. In KwaZulu Natal (KZN), following the death of three patients due to COVID-19, the Trauma Unit at Netcare St. Augustine’s…

The current outbreak of the Coronavirus or COVID -19, will once again see community healthcare workers (CHWs) place their bodies on the frontline. Despite their historical protection of communities and delivering public…

The current outbreak of the Coronavirus or COVID -19, will once again see community healthcare workers (CHWs) place their bodies on the frontline. Despite their historical protection of communities and delivering public healthcare,…

Violence against women and children has reached pandemic proportions in South Africa, and black working class women bear the brunt of it in communities and townships. A few days before the…

The launch of the #TotalShutdown campaign has focused attention on one of the most difficult questions and challenges facing the social justice movement in South Africa. While there are…

Dear Comrades Welcome to the 20th annual Khanya College Winter School. In the midst of so much disintegration and fragmentation and the many challenges that face working people in South Africa, the 20th anniversary of the Winter School is indeed a victory that we need to celebrate together with the communities and social movements and …

After more than 20 years of democracy and a Constitution that boasts women’s rights, the majority of Black working class women of all ages (including children and the elderly) live in conditions of abject poverty, unemployment and social inequality. They…

This year Khanya College celebrates its 19th annual Winter School from 16-22 July 2017, at the House of Movements, in Johannesburg. The theme of the School is Challenges of building feminist organisations…

The people of South Africa are in trouble! We do not have a president and a government with a progressive vision and political will for the country. They are not in tune with the deep concerns of…

40 years later, legendary photographer, Peter Magubane, once again brings to life the Soweto 1976 youth uprising. The photo exhibition, commemorating most appropriately the 40th anniversary of Soweto 1976, was opened on Sunday, 5 February, at CameraZ Gallery, in Rosebank…