Beginning from 5 April 2023, Khanya College sent out a team of six organisers to begin the mapping of Kliptown, in Soweto.

Kliptown Youth Program (KYP) was founded on 27 May 2007, it is based in Kliptown, Soweto.

My name is Tsepiso Raseboku, a young adult born and raised in Kliptown Soweto.

On 30 May 2023, Orlando West residents were protesting against the installation of prepaid meters because they want a flat rate they can afford.

On Wednesday, 24 May 2023, the humanitarian aid organisation, Gift of the Givers Foundation distributed thousands of litres of water to clinics across the Hammanskraal area to try and alleviate the cholera breakout crisis.

On 17 April 2023, Non-Governmental Organisations were protesting in Commissioner Street, Johannesburg to voice out their displeasure at the Department of Social Development cutting the funding for the NGOs.

The Climate Justice Coalition (CJC) is made up of trade unions, community-based and non-profit organisations building a transformative climate justice movement.

On 01 April 2022, the reading and writing program at Holy Angels, headed by the Jozi Book Fair (JBF), took off.

Growth is inevitable going by the rate of book fair-based events, which are interestingly increasing, and which indicate a positive change in South Africa.

Where is the unity amongst the workers in the workplace, where is the loyalty and common understanding of who the enemy is, and what happened to the promise of teamwork? How did selfishness creep in between the working class, yes survival is key but does it mean to sacrifice your coworker that shares your struggle in order to get a higher position.?

Water is becoming scarce, and which fact is starting to have a negative impact on working class people’s health.

Any form of increase in the daily needs of the working class is a major setback and a stumbling block to everyday survival especially if there is no increase in salaries.