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 outcry against plans for an offshore seismic survey by Shell on the Eastern Cape coast is growing.
Prasa says the plan is to have the Central Line operating again by next year December.
The KZN premier visited the police station with the highest number of reported rape cases as part of the launch of 16 Days of Activism.
As the country battles the Covid-19 pandemic, cancer patients and activists say that over 2,000 patients in Gauteng are still waiting for cancer treatment.
Food prices are rising as SDR grant recipients struggle to buy basic necessities.
The national police commissioner admitted that the police were overstretched during the unrest that tore through KZN and Gauteng.
Construction companies with questionable track records continue to rake it in.
The victims of the Phoenix masscare say that they were attacked based on their skin colour.
Wastepickers get no help nor recognition from the City of Johannesburg which seems to try to take their livelihoods away from them.
The Cry of the Xcluded demand a basic income grant of R1,500 which they say will meet the immediate needs of the unemployed.
Homeless people complain that they cannot afford the R8 entry fee charged at the Kotze Street shelter which belongs to the City of Johannesburg.