Yellow vest protesters still block French traffic circles

2018-12-16 17:52

Yellow vest protesters are occupying dozens of traffic roundabouts in France, even as their movement for economic justice appears to be losing momentum on the fifth straight weekend of demonstrations

WATCH: Eastern Cape farmers, cattle march to municipality offices demanding grazing land

2018-12-13 21:51

A group of farmers has marched, along with their cattle, to the Enoch Mgijima municipal offices to demand safe grazing land.

Man arrested following clash between fired Cape Town MyCiTi drivers and police

2018-12-13 13:18

A man has been arrested following an exchange of rocks and stun grenades between fired Cape Town MyCiTi drivers and police.

KZN mortuary workers released on a warning, return to work after arrests

2018-12-12 21:49

Seventeen Fort Napier Medico Legal Mortuary employees, who were arrested for defying a court order, have been released on a warning.

WATCH: Striking plastics workers burn cars and offices, causing R2m damage

2018-12-10 16:09

Striking plastic industry workers allegedly vandalised property on the Gundle Plastics Group premises in the East Rand last Tuesday. Watch.

Tensions rise, hundreds arrested in Paris as protests unfold

2018-12-08 18:00

Tensions escalated across Paris with police firing tear gas and using water cannons to quell 'Yellow Vests' protesters on Saturday.

'Someone must be held accountable' - residents protest peacefully in Hermanus

2018-12-07 12:44

Around 2 000 people have marched from Zwelihle to the Hermanus municipality, peacefully protesting over service delivery in the area.

WATCH: Dis-Chem workers, police come to blows in Canal Walk

2018-12-06 11:51

A video circulating on social media video shows Dis-Chem workers clashing with police in Cape Town's Canal Walk mall. WATCH.

Street protests, a French tradition par excellence

2018-12-06 09:19

Since the Revolution more than two centuries ago, burning barricades and street protests have been a feature of French political life – and experts say President Emmanuel Macron has had his first taste of their power.

Activists remove shacks from prime land in Cape Town CBD, following court interdict

2018-12-05 14:08

An order of the Western Cape High Court has brought protest action by Reclaim the City on Site B in the Cape Town inner city to an abrupt end.

 

Tear gas on the Champs-Elysees but fewer Paris protesters

2018-12-16 07:40

Tear gas billowed across the protest-scarred Champs-Elysees after a day of largely peaceful demonstrations in Paris.

VIDEO: Police fire stun grenades at picketing MyCiti drivers

2018-12-13 15:06

Police have fired stun grenades at MyCiti bus drivers on strike in the Cape Town CBD. Watch.

WATCH: Stun grenades fired, rocks thrown as Cape Town police and MyCiti protesters clash

2018-12-13 11:33

Police have fired stun grenades at MyCiti bus drivers on strike in the Cape Town CBD. Watch.

Bus full of suspects arrested for public violence, malicious damage to property

2018-12-11 07:39

A bus full of suspects was escorted to the Sandton police station after the 105 occupants, alleged to be striking workers, were arrested.

Macron to break his long silence on protests that have shaken France

2018-12-09 23:14

Pressure mounted on French President Emmanuel Macron to announce concrete measures to calm protests marked by violence when he addresses the nation.

WATCH: Tear gas, mass arrests as new 'yellow vest' protests hit Paris

2018-12-08 13:30

Police fired tear gas and arrested hundreds of people in Paris on Saturday as the French capital went on lockdown for the latest "yellow vest" protests against President Emmanuel Macron.

Five consequences of France's 'yellow vest' protests

2018-12-06 22:47

Anti-government protesters wearing florescent yellow jackets have roiled France for nearly three weeks and shaken the government of President Emmanuel Macron. Here are five key consequences of the crisis.

WATCH: Marikana activists march 80km to Union Buildings demanding compensation for widows

2018-12-06 11:17

One hundred activists have trekked to the Union Buildings, demanding compensation for the widows of the 34 mineworkers who were killed when police opened fire on striking miners in 2012 in Marikana.

13 charged over sacking of Arc de Triomphe during Paris protests

2018-12-06 06:07

Thirteen people were charged over looting and destruction at the Arc de Triomphe monument to France's war dead during violent "yellow vest" protests which rocked Paris last weekend, prosecutors said.

KZN government mortuary workers face jail if they don't return to work

2018-12-05 14:07

Striking workers at the Fort Napier Medico-Legal Mortuary in Pietermaritzburg have been told to return to work or face jail.

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