The Komati power station is meant to make a complete switch-off by the end of September this year but workers say that they have not been consulted and are not sure what is going to happen to them.
SERI, Lawyers for Human Rights and the African Centre for Migration and Society have come out against the proposed National Labour Migration Policy.
With the end of the national state of disaster, the disastrous state of healthcare in the Eastern Cape as elsewhere in South Africa, continues.
Small-scale fishers and coastal communities participated in the Alternative Mining Indaba where they shared their experiences of corporate greed with communities affected by mining.
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.
Police officers prevented all marches that were going to the SONA venue on Thursday.
The dairy foods company is undergoing restructuring by it’s new owners, the Israeli-led consortium Milco, which has culled 2,000 jobs with 1,500 more under threat.
Workers with more than 10 years of service at the dairy foods company paint it as exploitative and ruthless.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.