Farmworkers say the 2012 demands for improvement of working and living conditions have still not been met
As calls for formalisation of artisanal and small-scale mining grow due to high levels of violence, rape and GBV, residents of Bosmont in the West Rand are calling for the deployment of the army to protect the community.
A political storm has erupted in South Africa after a video went viral showing the health minister for the Limpopo province – which borders Zimbabwe – berating a Zimbabwean woman who was seeking healthcare. Responses have been divided. Some have called for Phophi Ramathuba to step down on the grounds that verbally abusing a patient was out of order. Others have supported her, saying she reflects the sentiments of South Africans living in the area. The Conversation Africa spoke to Kudakwashe Vanyoro, who has done research on the treatment of migrants in South Africa’s healthcare sector, to unpack the issue.
A gathering was held in Johannesburg on Monday to mark the ten years since the Marikana massacre and the 100 years since the 1922 Rand Revolt.
The informal traders in the city centre of Johannesburg lament bad treatment by the City of Johannesburg.
The Cape Town leg of the anti-xenophobia march organised by a coalition of organisations known as Kopanang Africa Against Xenophobia, took place on Human Rights Day this week.
South Africans and African migrants march against the current xenophobic attacks.
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The government-led clampdown on foreign drivers has created fear and insecurity among foreign drivers, both documented and undocumented.
The national police commissioner admitted that the police were overstretched during the unrest that tore through KZN and Gauteng.
The victims of the Phoenix masscare say that they were attacked based on their skin colour.