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Against the neoliberal education system: Indefinite strike of education workers in Chile

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The unemployment rate has gone up in lot of communities and people are suffering. Many…

The Dark City Masakhane Community Hall in Region 7 (in the Westrand of Gauteng) was…

On Wednesday, 7 October 2020, around 1000 union affiliated workers gathered at Library Garden as…

Chumisa, an employee of Debonairs, a pizza outlet, is scared every evening she has to…

“The Department has advertised our posts, and we are forced to apply for them”, said Zakhele, a CHW in Mpumalanga. Mr Sithole, another CHW from Mpumalanga added that “CHWs should not have to apply…”

Kotsia was not given any opportunity to defend his case and the charges made against him. The management at Ya-Rona Clinic refused him the opportunity to appeal the allegations. Kotsia then requested legal assistance…

Chrome is one of the minerals mined in the Limpopo province. As a result, the communities of Maandagshoek, Mooihoek and Balotjaneng (both in Limpopo) experience land destruction as illegal chrome mining takes place in their areas…

Join Khanya College at the Jozi Book Fair as we host a panel of speakers who have watched the South African economy over decades, to debate the past, present and future of the South African economy and what this means for ordinary South Africans…

8 000 Community Healthcare Workers (CHWs) have been insourced by Department of Health (DoH) in Gauteng in July 2020, but after two months not all of them have gotten their salaries,..

Former outsourced cleaners and security guards of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) held a protest action at Park Station, Johannesburg on 11 August 2020 where they were shot by the police…

On National Women’s Day, Sunday, 9 August 2020, 300 General Industries Workers Union of South Africa (GIWUSA) members at Natures Garden went on an indefinite protected strike. Sunday was chosen as the day of strike…

“As mines are operating and production is continuing, the health of mine workers and that of the communities are at risk. Anglo American mines around here have adequate health equipment and facilities whereby their employees are screened and treated for…”