The 2022 matric results saw an improvement in poor schools despite the lack of resources that impact on the provision of quality education.
The author argues that the Social Justice Assembly needs to overcome the social and political distance between the poor and the NGOs championing their cause.
Doctors and their union accuse the government of turning a blind eye to the critical shortage of doctors.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2022. Expect more to follow in 2023.
Sex workers remain vulnerable to abuse and when police are so often the perpetrators, they have little to no protection from the law.
The unions have given the government seven days to respond positively to their memorandum or face further strike action.
Public sector unions are asking the court to rule that collective bargaining is constitutionally required.
Led by Defend Our Democracy, activists called for Gauteng Premier Lesufi to take action against corruption in the health sector.
The rainy season regularly claims victims from among the people living on the banks of the Jukskei River in Alexandra but never have so many people drowned on the same day.
Environmental activists are demanding an end to the use of fossil fuels and a move to 100% renewable energy.
Despite strides being made on the science front when it comes to the treatment of HIV, activists say stigma remains a big problem in communities.
Residents of Khayelitsha’s informal settlements have to contend with communal toilets that do not flush or portable toilets they have to clean out themselves.