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.
With the end of the national state of disaster, the disastrous state of healthcare in the Eastern Cape as elsewhere in South Africa, continues.
Healthcare workers came from across the province to take their demand for re-employment to the office of the Eastern Cape health MEC in Bhisho. The premier and the MEC were away in East London so the memorandum of demands will be in their in-trays on Monday.
The unemployed say that the Covid-19 social relief grant of R350 does not meet their basic needs.
Unemployed youth and marginalised groups marched to Parliament to deliver an “alternative budget speech” on Wednesday.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.
Unions march for better working conditions and healthcare services in Nelson Mandela Bay and Sarah Baartman District Municipality.
The outcry against plans for an offshore seismic survey by Shell on the Eastern Cape coast is growing.
As the country battles the Covid-19 pandemic, cancer patients and activists say that over 2,000 patients in Gauteng are still waiting for cancer treatment.
Wastepickers get no help nor recognition from the City of Johannesburg which seems to try to take their livelihoods away from them.
Homeless people complain that they cannot afford the R8 entry fee charged at the Kotze Street shelter which belongs to the City of Johannesburg.
Sizwe Medical Aid in the experience of dissenting auto workers has failed to pay doctors’ bills and bankrupted members.