Malema tried to show that by inviting him to the SONA, the ANC had endorsed his views about apartheid, writes Adriaan Basson.
Operations at the Hisense Atlantis consumer electronics and home appliance plant near Cape Town have resumed after management reached an agreement with striking members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa.
The strike by about 300 members of Numsa at the Hisense manufacturing plant in Atlantis, north of Cape Town, is still ongoing.
Protesters thronged the Algerian capital for the 40th consecutive week Friday as they railed against next month's presidential election they say will only keep the old guard in power.
The strike by the British Airline Pilots' Association does not affect British Airways flights operated by Comair in South Africa, says a spokesperson.
Residents in Emaswazini, near Taylor’s Halt, on Wednesday took to the streets to protest over a lack of water in the area.
After several weeks of having no water, the anger of an Edendale community bubbled into the streets on Monday as they blocked roads and stopped others from leaving the area.
Seven children from a Copesville creche were caught in the crossfire as police and rioting pupils from Copesville Secondary School clashed on Monday.
The Consumer Goods Council of SA calls for urgent government intervention to deal with violent protests affecting the business operations of its members.
The Venezuelan opposition and government loyalists have held rival demonstrations in Caracas, as both sides prepared for what some fear could be a protracted power struggle.
The Zondo Commission into state capture has been warned that its proceedings might be severely disrupted due to a planned strike at media group Tiso Blackstar.
"If I had a tap in my yard my child wouldn't have died." A grieving mother of a girl, who drowned at a dam in QwaQwa while fetching water, is blaming the embattled Maluti-A-Phofung municipality for her daughter's death..
The death toll from violent unrest in Chile rose to 23 on Friday as the country entered its fifth week of social unrest.
Members of Numsa plan to strike at the University of Johannesburg from Friday over pay gaps.
Riot police in Zimbabwe on Friday fired teargas and beat demonstrators who defied a protest ban, as the opposition accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government of surpassing Robert Mugabe's regime in brutality.
“If you had to use my toilet, you would not be able to eat for a week. It is disgusting.”.
Police have warned that they will arrest those who are guilty of orchestrating violent protests if any evidence of this emerges.
Numsa has yet again met with the management of Comair in an attempt to resolve the issue of salary discrepancies.
A strike by members of Nehawu and the Public Servants Association at the SA Revenue Service entered its second day on Friday - the date on which all outstanding tax is due.
Police are monitoring a picket at the Nelson Mandela University after the institution invoked an interdict over how students can raise concerns over funding and accommodation.
The Zimbabwean government recently blocked internet access in an bid to crack down on protests against fuel price hikes. They're not alone in using this tactic, says George Ogola.
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