May 9, 2022

Workers’ Right matter: Here is why

By: Nneka Akwu For decades, workers in South Africa have been exploited at different levels. During the Apartheid period, employers thrived on cheap labour. Most workers […]
May 6, 2022

Strengthening social protection mechanism for women in the informal sector in the post covid-19 era in South Africa.

By: Adebimpe Ofusori Covid-19 is an infectious disease also known as corona virus disease. This disease was first discovered in Wuhan, China in the year 2019. […]
May 5, 2022

Freedom Month Newsletter

freedom month content dump, April 2022 (1)
May 4, 2022

South Africa, as a nation, we can fix ourselves

If we, as citizens, do not mobilise ourselves and do our part, we will be contributing to the decay we see crippling our social fabric and […]
April 29, 2022

Thought Leadership session

The socio-Political environment in the uMkhanyakude District and the general understanding of the politics of coalitions: #THOUGHT #LEADERSHIP Session, hosted by the Electoral Commission of South […]
April 28, 2022

The Role and Functions of MPs in Promoting Financial Accountability of the State to the Legislature in South Africa

By Nyasha Mpani Introduction The work of Parliament and MPs is well articulated in the country’s constitution which is the supreme law of the country. According […]
April 28, 2022

Twenty Eight Years of Freedom: For Whom Does the Bells Toll?

By Sanusha Naidu I was recently asked by a university based radio station to comment on the significance of April 27. As I began to reflect […]
April 27, 2022

28-year-old democracy with a very long way to go

    By Yanga Malotana   South Africa celebrates Freedom Month in April to mark the country’s transition from the oppressive apartheid regime to a free […]
April 26, 2022

Lead(H)ership: Amplifying girls’ voices- Thobeka Khubisa

Thobeka is a young black woman, a lover of nature and people. An introvert with an extroverted passion. I consider myself a social justice activist and […]