Policy decisions such as public policing are based on misinterpreted data, skewing budget allocations.
Employees of Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments marched to major banks on Tuesday to demand that the company's accounts be reopened.
Activists say if Roche does not drop the price of Herceptin, they will ask the health department to act.
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Who was behind the drone filming a protest march: a private cameraman, an award-aiming film-maker, the media, or intelligence gathering machinery?
A group of civil society organisations has delivered a 100-day ultimatum to the state calling for financial and electoral reforms.
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Hundreds of angry residents from the Kathrada Park informal settlement took to the streets on Monday demanding their promised RDP houses.
Lesbians have all too frequently been attacked, raped and murdered in small towns – including Ermelo.
Security guards have allegedly shot one of the men protesting against the ill treatment of vendors at the hands of the Tshwane Metro police.
As Beijing seeks to quell discussion of the 1989 event, three protesters and an expert on politics discuss how the massacre has shaped today's China.
Global institutions face losing their point if they continue to ignore people's issues, warns civil society alliance Civicus.
Because of a conflict of interest, municipalities are responsible for a rise in "unlawful" protests, writes Jane Duncan.
Unions are the biggest protesters, and crime is the reason underlying more protests than service delivery, data collected from municipalities shows.
Reports on municipal unrest miss the wider picture of peaceful protest in South Africa, writes Jane Duncan.
Stream a lively discussion hosted at WISER to hear a panel talk about popular protests and policing.
Deaths have been reported after Kiev demonstrators were told to end their efforts to occupy government buildings.
It has been three months since clashes between government and protesters in Kiev. We look behind the headlines to the faces of those involved in the fight.
The trade union federation has pinpointed transformation of South Africa's economy as the long-term solution to curbing violent strikes and protests.