Cosatu and the country are at a crossroads when legitimate dissent becomes a crime, thereby threatening the very essence of democracy.
African countries need to work together to build economic growth with social inclusion and public accountability, writes Jay Naidoo.
New principles are needed for activism. Jay Naidoo and others write an open letter to fellow activists across the globe.
Society fails when we cease to care, when those in power seek to enrich themselves and when people lose trust in their leaders, writes Jay Naidoo.
The union federation's future lies in finding its former unity of purpose and its workerist focus, writes Jay Naidoo.
With Cosatu a shadow of its former self, the EFF and Amcu are taking up the banner for South Africa's increasingly militant poor, writes Jay Naidoo.
Reiterating the words "Our current leaders are out of touch" from a Mo Ibrahim Foundation meeting, Jay Naidoo raises issue with leadership in Africa.
On a recent visit to Japan, Jay Naidoo was struck by the success of smallholder farming, and left convinced it could solve Africa’s hunger crisis.
After twenty years, what have we learnt from the ultimate sacrifice Chris Hani made, asks Jay Naidoo.
Joe Slovo and Chris Hani died believing citizen activism would outlive them and defend the justice and human rights they fought for, says Jay Naidoo.