A few organisations have shared their concerns about the right to protest free of charge and are taking the Johannesburg City to court.
Tyres were burnt and cars were stoned as residents aired their frustration about being removed from a temporary shelter.
Motsoaledi said he regards xenophobia as a toy gun used so SA can shrink. Anti-xenophobia group KAAX has called for the minister to resign.
The City of Cape Town has now revealed the extent of the multimillion rand damage from this week’s taxi strike.
It’s all kicking off in the Johannesburg CBD!
Anti-xenophobia protesters are now burning EFF flags during their march.
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.
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.
Parents and community members have shut down Lotus Gardens Secondary in Pretoria West after the school was declared unsafe.
An event President Cyril Ramaphosa was meant to address was marred with ANC Youth League Members protesting outside the venue.
Political allies of Jacob Zuma have issued a warning that sending the ex-president back to jail will provoke the masses.
Fire and violence is the scene of Soshanguve protests for service delivery. A video of a house demolition has circulated around social media.
Locals claim foreigners are responsible for youth unemployment. There’s now a call to march against Zimbabweans at the Union Buildings.
A truck drivers protest claims foreigners are taking their jobs. The drivers have blocked the N10 in Middelburg, Eastern Cape since Sunday.
A group of flight attendants from the now defunct Italian airline Alitalia stripped down to their undergarments in a choreographed protest.
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) began its indefinite strike on Tuesday. Workers are demanding an 8% increase. Employers offered 4.4%.
The Rea Vaya bus service has announced a return to operation. Commuters were left stranded after service delivery protesters blocked roads.
The Gauteng Provincial Government wishes to assure citizens that it will do its best to maintain safety and security amid threats of a national shutdown.
Bheki Cele told the Bhambayi community that a dedicated team of detectives would investigate the killing of more than 20 people in Phoenix, Durban.
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The video taken by a local photographer on Wednesday shows the devastation and destruction in the aftermath of the violent riots and looting.