The African Diaspora Forum (ADF) held a meeting on 18 January 2017 at their offices in Yeoville, Johannesburg. The meeting was held to discuss firstly, the ADF’s response to Mayor Herman…

Early yesterday [10 February 2017], work restarted on the highly controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). This happened less than a day after the Trump administration granted a final easement to allow the project to go ahead over the disputed land…

Hundreds of people, mostly women, gathered at the South African Museum in Cape Town on 21 January 2017. They marched through the Company’s Garden to the front entrance to Parliament holding…

The Health Ombudsman’s Report into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of mentally ill former-Life Esidimeni patients was finally released on 1 February, stating more than 94 patients have…

From 26 to 31 January 2017, the Gauteng Community Health Care Forum (the Forum) held a capacity building workshop, facilitated by Khanya College in Cullinan, Pretoria. 64 Community Healthcare Workers (CHWs) attended the workshop from clinics all over…

Dis-Chem labour broker workers have won a significant victory through the new LRA section 198 rights. 127 workers have been made permanent Dis-Chem workers, with three more CCMA cases involving 317 workers to be heard in February…

Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam [on 16 January 2017] to mark the annual meeting of political and business…

The Unemployment Insurance Fund Amendment Act was signed into law by President Jacob Zuma, in January this year. This act brings about many changes that will benefit a wider range of people and it will also be easier to claim…

January is always a difficult month for working class families, and news from PACSA that the prices of important food items that the working class depends on has increased is a blow to many. In its latest Monthly Food Price…

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…

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