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The current elections results represent the will of the minority

The current elections results represent the will of the minority

By Christopher Rutledge As South Africa contemplates the outcomes of the 2024 general elections, a striking and troubling reality confronts us: while 42.3 million citizens are eligible to vote, only 27.2 million had been registered. Of those registered, only 16...

Patricia Rabanye: A Tireless Activist for Community Development

Patricia Rabanye: A Tireless Activist for Community Development

By Tholakele Thabane Patricia Rabanye, 41, is a dedicated community activist from Khutsong in Carletonville, West Rand of Gauteng. She has spent her life fighting for the rights and development of her community. Rabanye has recently travelled to Paris, France, where...

How social movements can challenge mining corporations?

How social movements can challenge mining corporations?

By Lindobuhle David Nene Mining corporations often neglect and disregard the environment of marginalised and mining-affected communities, and this leads to social unrest, loss of livelihoods and environmental deterioration. However, these communities have the...