Protesters wave banners and flags calling for the resignation of President Jacob Zuma in Johannesburg on Wednesday. Picture: AFP PHOTO/MUJAHID SAFODIEN
COURT DATES: The ‘spy tapes’ and ‘pay back the money’ matters, in which president Zuma is embroiled, come up in the new year. Picture: SUNDAY TIMES
They were severely tortured.
Almost everything and everyone, it turns out. If last week's anti-corruption march had a vague focus, Cosatu's national strike on Wednesday included something for everyone. The demands however aren't the point.
Under Investigation is an ambitious community development project being run in Steytlerville in the Eastern Cape. The project has several elements but centres on the enquiry of five young people eager to understand and build on the history of their home town during the struggle.
Advocate Dali Mpofu says the huge turnout at the march organised by the EFF demonstrates that South Africans are fed up with the current economic structure of the country.
There’s plenty of money for students – and other poor South Africans – if we reprioritise