The Johannesburg Labour Court ruled in favour of the City of Tshwane regarding the illegal strike by SAMWU members.
DUT has temporarily closed four of its campuses with immediate effect due to the ongoing violent attacks it has faced by protesters.
Claims recently surfaced that South African petrol stations would be shut down on Friday, but no evidence has supported these rumours.
The Dudula Movement is now aiming to shut schools down in Alexandra as the SAPS increases its presence to create safety in the area.
Reports have confirmed anti-war protests in Russia have seen thousands of citizens arrested in the aftermath of the Ukraine conflict.
The EFF is protesting against loans from the IMF and World Bank, adamant that these ‘loan sharks’ are being used to fund ANC corruption.
The EFF has officially announced plans to march to Parliament on the very same day as the 2022 Budget Speech.
Operation Dudula protests kicked off once more in the streets of Hillbrow, voicing concerns over foreign nationals in SA.
Overwhelmed by hundreds of trucks laying siege to Canada’s capital, Ottawa’s mayor called Monday on federal authorities to help end the show of force against Covid restrictions which has paralyzed the city for days and threatens to snowball into a full-blown political crisis for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A ban on Islamic headscarves at schools has prompted an outcry among Muslims in southern India, with large crowds taking to the streets on Monday to protest against the restrictions.
Parents and community members have shut down Lotus Gardens Secondary in Pretoria West after the school was declared unsafe.
A student leader was arrested Monday in Eswatini for destroying photos of King Mswati III, prompting protests in two cities.
Sudan on Tuesday released nine medics from Doctors Without Borders, the aid group said, a day after they were arrested during a broadening crackdown on anti-coup protests.
Berta Soler, who leads the Ladies in White protest movement, was held ahead of a regular demonstration in support of political prisoners, former dissident Angel Moya confirmed to AFP. Long considered the only opposition group the Cuban government allows to march regularly, the Ladies in White movement is made up of the relatives of jailed […]
Taliban fighters paraded through a northwest Afghan city in a show of strength at the weekend, days after reinforcements were sent to quell unrest over the detention of a popular commander.
The influential son-in-law of Kazakhstan’s ex-president resigned as head of the leading business lobby Monday not long after public anger at perceived corruption in the Central Asian country boiled into a deadly crisis.
An event President Cyril Ramaphosa was meant to address was marred with ANC Youth League Members protesting outside the venue.
Around 30 Afghans previously employed by Turkey as part of NATO’s deployment in Kabul staged a protest Wednesday, accusing Ankara of abandoning them in the wake of the Taliban’s return to power.
The death toll from a crackdown on Sudan protests Sunday rose to two, medics said Tuesday, while a government ministry said two women were raped in the chaos.
Political allies of Jacob Zuma have issued a warning that sending the ex-president back to jail will provoke the masses.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said her office had repeatedly appealed to Sudan’s military and security forces
Burkina Faso’s opposition last week demanded “urgent measures” amid the deterioration of the country’s security situation
Fire and violence is the scene of Soshanguve protests for service delivery. A video of a house demolition has circulated around social media.