Workers in the Informal economy of Johannesburg say that the City has made things hard for them during lockdown.
Small businesses have been decimated and food and energy security is in peril as civil unrest and looting continues in KZN and Gauteng.
There is a growing list of complaints against an advocate, Viquelin-Kim Johnson.
Preferences for youth employment are barriers for job seekers older than 35.
The formalisation of recycling in Joburg city looks to sideline the people who have been doing the work informally all along.
On day 378 of the national lockdown, Elitsha looks back at the past twelve months and the pictures we took.
To round off the year, here are just a few snippets of stories Elitsha overed this year.
The union called in thugs to assault members who had come to its offices to terminate their membership.
Xenophobia is a serious problem in South Africa. Cross-border migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the country face harassment and discrimination. Hundreds of incidents of anti-immigrant hate crime […]
School patrollers and covid-19 brigades say they have not been paid for the past three months.
The pandemic has targeted the vulnerable in society, and the economic fallout is hurting the ‘precariat’ the most.
On World Day For Decent Work, trade union federations in South Africa declared a national strike against the winds of austerity blowing out the national treasury.