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February 1990 stands out as the most important month in South Africa’s history. This month divides South Africa’s history into two parts. The first, 1652 to 1989, represents the period of institutionalised racism and political oppression of black and indigenous…


The residents of Freedom Park and Centre for Applied Legal Studies had a consultative meeting with those affected with the allocations of RDP houses in the area. The meeting was attended by CALS, and UJ #FeesMustFall students. The purpose of


“The purpose of the meeting on Saturday, 23 January 2016 was to show the world, and the government that the students are not alone,” Trevor Ngwane told parents, students, workers, and community organisation representatives in Funda Centre, in Diepkloof Soweto.


Concerned Residence of Merafong and Civil Society organisations’ “PETITION” to Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs, pass on motion of “Motion of no confidence” against Councillor Jomo Mogale, MMC for water, electric, sanitation and gas on the following matters:


Studies In Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) launched a report about “Realising the right to a basic education in South Africa” on the 4th of November 2015 at the Women’s Gaol, Constitutional Hill Johannesburg. Isobel Frye, Director of SPII…


On the 16th of December 2015, the Unite Against Corruption and the many people of South Africa, came together to reject the corruptive cancer at the core of the government. They gathered at 10:00am, on the Braamfontein side of the Nelson Mandela Bridge.


On the 27th of October 2015 Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters and members marched from Newtown (Mary Fitzgerald Square) to Sandton (Johannesburg Stock Exchange) to hand over a memorandum of what is demanded by the EFF. Julius Malema…


The 23 October 2015 will go down in history as the day the students born after apartheid picked up the baton of the Class of 1976. At about 4pm in the afternoon the President of the Republic, Jacob Zuma,


The Mary Fitzgerald Square was alive with chants and dance as marchers prepared to shut down the streets of Johannesburg in their protest for economic transformation. More than 50 000 EFF members peacefully marched to the Reserve Bank of South Africa


The victory of the #FeesMustFall movement in its struggle for a moratorium on fee increases is an important step in a long of struggle for justice in South Africa. As many students have said, this is part of a long…