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

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“It’s been 3 years since 2016 uncontracted Community Health Workers (CHWs) have been out of work. This is after the Gauteng Department of”…

The Sugar Plantation Workers Union of Malawi (SPAWUM) has been doing workshops around issues that women workers face in the workplace. Most…

The Competition Commission of South Africa has approved the sale of Clover to a consortium of companies led by Tel Aviv based Central Bottling Company (CBC). The General industry…

According to their 2019 report, the ten worst countries for workers’ rights in 2019 are Algeria…

Gauteng Community Health Workers have embarked on a campaign for recognition and to be included in the minimum wage, at R20 per hour. The campaign was initiated by organising regional mass…

The Sundays River Valley branch of Phakamani Siyephambili – a social movement of farm workers, farm dwellers and small-scale farmers based…

Load-shedding has ‘returned’ after at almost 3 years. This is barely a month since the Chief Executive Office of Eskom, Phakamani Radebe has assured the public that “there will be not be loadshedding”…

The #ScrapTheLabourBillsCampaign spent Youth Day (16 June 2018) accessing the progress of the campaign and putting together a way forward. The campaign held a meeting at the Casual Workers Advice Office (CWAO) in Germiston, and industrial area east of…

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…