Residents of Khayelitsha’s informal settlements have to contend with communal toilets that do not flush or portable toilets they have to clean out themselves.
Farmworkers say the 2012 demands for improvement of working and living conditions have still not been met
Imbizo ya Madoda saw men living in and around Khayelitsha participating in a long overdue and crucial conversation around GBV.
LGBTQI+ workers say that the unions need to do more to protect them.
Bheki Cele urged tavern owners to teach patrons how to drink.
Women in mining-affected communities say they bear the brunt of mining activities.
Ten years after the massacre of mine workers conspired by the state and their employer in Marikana, residents continue to fight for a better life
A recent survey revealed that the use of old clothes, leaves and cow dung instead of sanitary ware is prevalent among rural girls in Zimbabwe.
The authors argue that It was in fact young women from left organisations who brought the vote out for Boric to defeat the right-wing candidate in the second round of voting.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.
A disagreement over the use of a vehicle led to a male officer assaulting a female officer at Tsomo police station.
The KZN premier visited the police station with the highest number of reported rape cases as part of the launch of 16 Days of Activism.