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.
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The trade union federation has pinpointed transformation of South Africa's economy as the long-term solution to curbing violent strikes and protests.
This week, the DA has march drama, Zwelinzima Vavi threatens to sue Cosatu, France and the US get cozy, and an exhibition is plagued by disagreements.
The SAPS acted decisively during the DA march, showing how a confrontation should be handled.
Political intimidation is generally carried out with the approval of dominant political role-players, writes David Bruce.
The DA march for "real jobs" was cut short for fears of violent clashes with the crowds of ANC members gathered to "defend" their turf.
Research from UJ says there's been a sharp rise in the number of people killed in service delivery protests in the last decade.
Even if the DA's march is silly, the ANC should not endorse Umkhonto weSizwe "vets" turning the streets around Luthuli House into a "no-go" zone.
The ANC in Gauteng has threatened to take "strong action" against violent protesters within its ranks and the broader tripartite alliance.
A protester has been killed and five arrested for public violence in Sebokeng after a demonstration about a lack of housing.
The public must refrain from being "armchair critics" when it comes to how the police deal with protests, says the Gauteng acting commissioner.