Imbizo ya Madoda saw men living in and around Khayelitsha participating in a long overdue and crucial conversation around GBV.
The climate activists called out the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy for being the biggest stumbling block to a just transition from fossil fuels.
LGBTQI+ workers say that the unions need to do more to protect them.
Zibonele FM management has represented the special events licence granted to the station as their return to the airwaves.
The unity between the two labour federations was put to the test in mass marches in Cape Town, Pretoria and East London during the general strike on Wednesday.
Bheki Cele urged tavern owners to teach patrons how to drink.
Women in mining-affected communities say they bear the brunt of mining activities.
The protest outside parliament will highlight the damage to the environment and public health that the mining industry is allowed to get away with.
After spending R39-million on a congress that was interdicted, Numsa has vowed to go to the highest court in the land to defend its legitimacy.
The Numsa congress, delayed by a court interdict, has started amid deep divisions in the union.
Members of the Khayelitsha Neighbourhood Watch used the imbizo to call for more support and resources to be allocated to them.
Radio Zibonele obeyed the instruction to switch off on Wednesday but its listeners are sure to feel unfairly punished as well.