Land occupation in Midvaal the work of a criminal syndicate, says City

Walkerville “Big Six” say land must be taken from whites and given to black people

By Kimberly Mutandiro - 9 July 2020

Soweto welfare centre struggling to help orphans after robbery

R50,000 worth of food and six computers stolen from Sizanani Caregivers

By Mosa Damane - 3 July 2020

New Era dismisses six workers in Germiston

One worker was dismissed for sharing a press statement that “dragged the company’s name through the mud”

By Zoë Postman - 2 July 2020

A few “hiccups” but school feeding on track, education department insists

Civil society takes Minister Motshekga to court for “empty promise”

By Tania Broughton - 29 June 2020

Unable to pay rent during lockdown, Johannesburg tenants face eviction

Most tenants in Bramley property are immigrants

By Zoë Postman - 26 June 2020

Immigrant tradesmen accuse police of harassment

Johannesburg Metro police say they are enforcing Covid-19 regulations

By Kimberly Mutandiro - 25 June 2020

86 workers claim “unfair” suspension for absence after colleagues test positive for Covid-19

New Era says refusal to work constituted an unprotected strike by workers

By Zoë Postman - 23 June 2020

Private schools must give fair hearings before kicking children out, rules Concourt

Supreme Court of Appeal decision overturned

By Tania Broughton - 17 June 2020

Residents of Kliptown, where the Freedom Charter was signed, still don’t have decent toilets

“What government is saying about hygiene is an insult to us”

By Chris Gilili - 9 June 2020

Zoom can be used to negotiate retrenchments

The Johannesburg labour court has ruled that labour negotiations can take place using video conferencing facilities

By Tania Broughton - 5 June 2020

“A bridge for my sweetheart”

Amos Khumalo built a footbridge for his community in Soweto

By Mosa Damane - 5 June 2020

Covid-19: Lockdown makes access to justice for prisoners even more difficult

Leeuwkop trial inmates “subjected daily to the control of the people they are suing for torture”

By Zoë Postman - 25 May 2020

R140 for a packet of cigarettes in Soweto

Spaza shop owner says ban on alcohol and tobacco has cost him R25,000

By Mosa Damane - 15 May 2020
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Covid-19: Many domestic workers not covered by relief measures

Unions propose amnesty for all employers who have not registered with UIF

By Zoë Postman - 11 May 2020
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Covid-19: Domestic worker gives away nearly half her salary

Desperate immigrants helped during lockdown

By Joseph Chirume - 16 April 2020
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Who can unions admit as members?

NUMSA wished to represent workers in a company in the packaging industry, but the Constitutional Court said it can’t

By Ohene Yaw Ampofo-Anti - 31 March 2020