Today, the 13th of July 2019, representatives of different organisations which have a stake in youth organising met at the…

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The 21st annual Khanya College Winter School was held between 09 and 14th of June, 2019 at the House of Movements, in Johannesburg. The theme of this…

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Informal settlements in Gauteng continue to receive little relief from formal budgets and little attention from the Human Settlements ministry it would…

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On the 1st of May every year workers around the world commemorate May Day which is also called Labour Day. The history of the day is one that details very well the antagonism of class struggle as well as the cruelty of the bourgeoisie. In 1886 on the 4th of May Haymarket Square in Chicago…

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Every festive season South Africa counts hundreds of people who die on the road and many campaigns are announced to reduce the deaths on South Africa’s road. Special centres are set up and newspaper headlines are full of details of…

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Whether biotechnology can help end hunger has been at the centre of debate for many years. Poverty and hunger have continued to grow in many parts of the world, and the use of technology to speed up the growth of…

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At the beginning of the ANC’s 54th Conference in December 2017, President Zuma announced that higher education would be free from 2018 for students from working class and poor households. The announcement partly responds to the demands…

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In November 2017, the era of Zimbabwean long time leader, Robert Mugabe came to a dramatic end. After Emmerson Mnangagwa was purged by the then president of Zimbabwe in what was a succession struggle between the aforementiond and Grace Mugabe…

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A number of social movements and trade unions met in Germiston at the Casual Workers Advice Office to discuss a campaign opposing the latest amendments to the Labour Relations Act (LRA). The proposed amendments will effectively make it difficult for…

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