Isikhalo – the organisation that aims to use alternative media and decolonise journalism, specifically articles and videography.

Siyabonga Mviko has been working as an Activist Journalist at Khanya College for the better part of the last 5 years.

Thursday, 29 June 2023, Johannesburg – Khanya College held a half-day-long event to provide free legal advice about common issues faced by working class people.

Over the years since 2016, when the biggest student mass protests in the last 10 years ended, there has been sporadic but continuous struggle at various universities.

Reading helps expand our world and improve our experiences, being one of the best ways in which we can learn new information and acquire new skills, access the experience of others, and garner advice.

“In the 1970s, Ponte was the place to live in Johannesburg, which people here called the New York City of Africa.  It was on the edge of Hillbrow, a bustling, cosmopolitan neighbourhood of artists and intellectuals, where cafes and bookshops stayed open late and where, even under the tight rule of apartheid, interracial mixing was common.” – Stephen Hanes, Christian Science Monitor, 2008.

Thursday, 11 May 2023, several hundred workers affiliated with the South African Municipal Workers Union (SAMWU) brought traffic on Pixley Isaka ka Seme Street, formerly known as Sauer Street, to a grinding halt as they marched to the Luthuli House, the headquarters of the African National Congress (ANC).

With the working-class organization being so weak over the years, many issues and crises go on without resistance and opposition from the affected.

Protesters from many different non-profit organisations (NPOs) and child protection organisations (CPOs) say the Department of Social Development (DSD) is cutting budgets which will hamper their ability to operate.

The Khanya College study group programme kicked off on 18 March 2023, for the first time in 2023.

‘Mama uDelisile’, as the late Margaret Delisile Methula (nee Shongwe) was affectionately known among her colleagues and comrades at the Dawn Park Clinic and the Gauteng Community Health Care Forum (Forum).