Khoisan will continue to camp outside Union Buildings until their demands are met

2019-01-19 07:06

Using the Nelson Mandela statue at the Union Buildings in Pretoria for shade, six Khoisan, say the time for talking about their demands is over.


2019-01-15 11:45

AS the #Zimshutdown continues and enters its second day, there are reports that the Zimbabwean government has allegedly shut down the internet.

WATCH: Clashes in Paris at 'yellow vest' protest

2018-12-23 15:43

French President Emmanuel Macron called for "order" on Sunday after a sixth weekend of "yellow vest" anti-government protests marked by dwindling participation and a violent attack on police in Paris.

WATCH: 'Yellow vest' protesters knock wind out of French business, economy

2018-12-04 14:11

Three weeks of "yellow vest" protests have hit the French economy hard, according to the government, with trade in retailers, hotel chains, high-street stores and restaurants falling significantly. As Ciara Lee reports, it's left some of Total's fuel

Another MyCiTi bus torched as aggrieved drivers' strike continues

2018-11-22 14:01

One person has been arrested after allegedly throwing a petrol bomb at a MyCiTi bus in Koeberg road, Cape Town, say police.

National Conservative Party tells two very different tales of 'genocide'

2018-10-29 23:07

Contradicting herself and her party, a leader of the National Conservative Party says farm murders affect people of all races.

Two arrested during Westbury protest released

2018-09-29 11:41

Two people arrested during protest action in Westbury, Johannesburg have been released, police say.

Tensions spill over outside court after Machadodorp security officers granted bail

2018-09-14 13:08

Police have fired rubber bullets at protesters outside the Belfast Magistrate's Court following the granting of bail to two security officers accused of assaulting a community member in Machadodorp.

Stacy Granger, 12, died in gang crossfire in 2016. More than two years later no-one has been arrested.

2018-09-13 08:34

Residents gathered at several entrances to Bishop Lavis. At the corner of Myrtle and Valhalla Drive, hundreds of protesters held placards and chanted: "Enough is enough".

Locals ‘have had enough’

2018-08-31 15:51

Bruntville residents want Mooi-Mpofana mayor Xolani Duma, gone.


Locals demand action

2019-01-16 16:38

The community of Mbutshana in Hilton is demanding answers from Msunduzi and its ward councillor regarding “empty promises” to tar a dirt road.

Rioters wreak havoc

2019-01-14 17:25

Rioters at Howick spent Thursday night blockading main roads, setting debris on fire, shooting at police, stoning passing vehicles and torching two trucks.

'Now that it is a white person I am arrested' - Mabulu on latest controversial painting

2018-12-13 18:42

Controversial artist Ayanda Mabulu says if it had been former president Jacob Zuma depicted in his 'the boers are to blame' painting, instead of businessman Markus Jooste, he would not have been arrested.

Reiger Park shutdown continues as residents protest over service delivery

2018-11-26 15:43

Entrances and exits into Reiger Park remain blocked with burning tyres and rubble, as residents continue to protest over service delivery issues.

Activists say they have had enough of paying to protest

2018-11-17 15:19

Right2Know leads protest against the City of Johannesburg's protest fees.

Anglican church declares support of Shutdown Movement

2018-09-29 12:52

Leaders of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa have declared their support for the Shutdown Movement and other actions by communities fighting against gangsterism and other crimes.

Wheelchair users protest for better transport

2018-09-20 09:07

Cape Town's Dial-a-Ride service has been criticised for being pricey and inaccessible.

Community healthcare workers demand full-time employment, better pay

2018-09-14 08:36

About 30 community healthcare workers have marched to the Eastern Cape Department of Health to demand full-time employment and a monthly salary of R12 500.


2018-09-06 16:30

ON Monday protesters in Kya Sands, Joburg said all hell would break loose unless local companies gave them jobs.

‘Food making us sick’

2018-08-22 15:30

Fuming uMgungundlovu TVET students from the Plessislaer campus in Imbali on Tuesday blockaded the entrance to their campus with burning tyres during protest action against their hostel kitchen for giving them food they believe causes diarrhoea.

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