The Climate Justice Coalition
The Climate Justice Coalition (CJC) is made up of trade unions, community-based and non-profit organisations building a transformative climate justice movement.
Reading and Writing Program at Holy Angels
On 01 April 2022, the reading and writing program at Holy Angels, headed by the Jozi Book Fair (JBF), took off.
Diseases of the Working Class
It is without a doubt that the South African health system is very poor.
The Importance of Having Supper in Our Daily Routine
Supper is an evening meal, usually taken at the end of the day, and it has significant benefits for our health, well-being, and productivity.
A People’s Book Fest 2023
Between 24 and 26 March 2023, the fifth Constitution Hill Human Rights Festival took place. It had the theme ‘Dignity, Freedom, and Justice for All.’
Teenage Pregnancy: Community Views in Makhanda
Teenage pregnancy is when young girls fall pregnant between the age of 12 and 19 years.
Young and Old in Khanya’s Study Group Programme
The Khanya College study group programme kicked off on 18 March 2023, for the first time in 2023.
Every year, over 20 million girls between 15 and 19 fall pregnant in the third world.
Gender Based Violence Worsen each Day
South African women and children are experiencing Gender Base Violence (GBV) on a daily basis.
Remembering the Sharpeville Massacre and its Political Significance
The Sharpeville massacre was a turning point in the history of South Africa, marking a major shift in the struggle against apartheid.
The Impact of Organisations in Working Class Communities
There is a question related to how much help organisations can offer as far as intervening and improving the lives of the underprivileged in the communities they are in; in terms of education, in terms of nutrition, in terms of living conditions, and in terms of economic and psychological aspects of their lives.