The Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee has warned of protest action in the township between Tuesday and Wednesday, as their fight with Eskom continues.
By Bernard Spragg/Flickr Hannah Hoag, The Conversation and Jack Marley, The Conversation The global strike on Friday September 20, 2019 was the largest demonstration for climate action in history. The movement that started with Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg in August 2018 has now mobilised millions, while Extinction Rebellion and other protest groups have escalated their […]
The situation in Marlboro, north of Johannesburg, has turned violent.
Sanef has condemned the attack of two SABC journalists by a group of armed youth in Marqualand in the Free State.
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane’s goal for South Africa is to send the governing party to the opposition benches.
Several protests are taking place around Gauteng on Friday morning. Roads have been blockaded in Pennyville in New Canada near Soweto and in Mohlakeng west of Johannesburg.
The violent service protest that started in the early hours of Thursday in and around Pretoria, has forced the African National Congress (ANC) party to cancel deputy president David Mabuza visit on Thursday.
Zimbabwe’s military put on a show of force to deter further unrest on Tuesday after at least three deaths in violent protests over steep fuel price hikes but continuing disorder blocked the flow of key supplies into the country.
“The FDA has tested Johnson’s talc since the ’70s. Every single time it did not contain asbestos,” Johnson and Johnson said in a 19 December tweet. It followed by several days the publication of a Reuters investigation found the healthcare conglomerate knew for decades that the carcinogen lurked in its Baby Powder and other cosmetic talc products.
Darlene Coker knew she was dying. She just wanted to know why. She knew that her cancer, mesothelioma, arose in the delicate membrane surrounding her lungs and other organs.