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The Gauteng Community Health Care Forum is saddened to announce the fall of a Warrior

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Ekurhuleni Pride Organizing Committee (EPOC) in partnership with Wattville Actonville (WACTON) hosted the 15th annual Ekurhuleni Pride march at Rakele park, in Wattville on 10 September 2022.

The Makhanda High Court ruled that in giving exploration right to Shell and Impact Africa, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) did not follow the procedure correctly and ignored the need for proper consultation.

In the early evening of 22 June 2022, the residents of Extension 28, Phase 1, Portion 25 in Vosloorus held the first meeting with all the section’s residents.

On Wednesday, 24 August 2022, trade union federations Saftu (South African Federation of Trade Unions) and Cosatu (Congress of South African Trade Unions) partook in a national shutdown as more than 600 people marched from Burgers Park to the Union Buildings in the City of Tshwane.

Mnguni was a powerful intellectual with a mind like a razor.

“Where else should we go?” were the words of one of the homeless after the Ekurhuleni Metro closed all the openings the homeless use to enter the grounds around the area in Germiston.

Eskom declared on 28 June 2022, that due to staff protests, South Africa would alternate between stages 2, 4, and 6. Since then, communities have been facing load-shedding twice or thrice a day.

Thousands of people gathered in the South African town of Marikana to mark a decade since dozens of striking workers were killed in the worst act of police violence since the end of apartheid.

On 11 June 2022, Khanya College held a political education session at the House of Movements (in Johannesburg).

As the rate of unemployment rises in South Africa, many talented, passionate and ambitious working class individuals, young and old are making means to make a living with their small businesses.

Khanya College together with the Gauteng Community Health Care Forum Office Bearers (Obs) held a