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 government-led clampdown on foreign drivers has created fear and insecurity among foreign drivers, both documented and undocumented.
The Clover workers are striking over salary cuts and retrenchments while calling for a boycott of the dairy company’s products in solidarity with Palestine.
The Cry of the Xcluded demand a basic income grant of R1,500 which they say will meet the immediate needs of the unemployed.
The EC Department of Human Settlements has called on the Sundays River Municipality to provide alternative accommodation for the Dlwengu family.
Sizwe Medical Aid in the experience of dissenting auto workers has failed to pay doctors’ bills and bankrupted members.
The EC health department is accused of not opening vacancies for the permanent employment of community care workers.
Families facing eviction by a company that bought their bank-repossessed homes want the government to intervene and protect them.
Droughts are expected to become more frequent in southern Africa as climate change heralds extreme weather events globally.
Led by Giwusa, workers at university residences in major cities in South Africa have gone strike
The organisation of Zimbabwean migrants defends and fights for all migrants.