#VaccinesForAll

In this time of COVID-19, one thing that is apparent, is the deep division that the pandemic has highlighted. In particular, European countries, Canada, and the USA have pre-ordered large numbers of vaccine doses which exceed the need of their own populations. Some of these aforementioned countries are refusing to vaccinate migrants and asylum seekers or populations … More #VaccinesForAll

Happy Africa Day

Though this is a day dedicated to the liberation of Africa, only 12 countries of the 54 on the African Continent celebrates this day as a Public Holiday. Though this is not essential, it is tellin of the state of the continent in relation to its liberation. On this day in 2021, we are gathered … More Happy Africa Day

Rural Women’s Assembly Statement on UNDROP 24 May 2021

Rural women call on the government to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas (UNDROP) to protect the rights of small-scale farmworkers. Women from all over the country who gathered for the South African Rural Women’s Assembly (RWA) land conference in Franschhoek this week are … More Rural Women’s Assembly Statement on UNDROP 24 May 2021

Land Conference

Rural Women’s Assembly South Africa Land Conference Boschendal, Franshoek 23-25 May 2021 “Rural women are the guardians of seed, life and love. Without land, seeds cannot be planted. Without land, life cannot be brought forth and without land in the hands of women, the love for nature does not exist while corporate control rapidly destroys … More Land Conference

RAPE Statistics in South Africa, 1st Quarter 2021

Today, the South African Police Services released crime statistics for the first quarter of 2021. An astounding 9518 cases of RAPE has been reported for a period of three months between January and March this year! A sample of 6893 of rape incidents revealed that 4130 of such incidents took place at the home of … More RAPE Statistics in South Africa, 1st Quarter 2021

Call for state protection for anti-mining activist Nonhle Mbuthuma!

Just a few weeks ago, we released a statement where we condemned the passing of well-known activist sister Fikile Ntshangase, who was murdered in her home, and who at the time of her murder, was involved in a legal battle with a coal mine. Somkhele coal mine wanted to expand the mine in sis Fikile’s community, … More Call for state protection for anti-mining activist Nonhle Mbuthuma!