Vuwani

 
​The Human Rights Commission wants tougher action against those who disrupt schooling
​The Human Rights Commission wants tougher action against those who disrupt schooling
When schools in the Vuwani district were set on fire during protests, 52 827 pupils could not attend school.
Five significant findings from the South African Human Rights Commission’s #EducationProtestReport
Five significant findings from the South African Human Rights Commission’s #EducationProtestReport
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has released its report on how protest action impacts the right to basic education. With the...
Elections 2016: Tension in Vuwani as polling stations remain closed on voting day
Elections 2016: Tension in Vuwani as polling stations remain closed on voting day
Voting stations in Vuwani, Limpopo, did not open on time on Wednesday and there were no signs that the local government elections there would get...
'We didn't burn schools,' Zuma and 1976 activist tell Youth Day crowd
'We didn't burn schools,' Zuma and 1976 activist tell Youth Day crowd
"We were dodging bullets and teargas, we burnt beer halls but we never burnt schools," said Deputy Chairperson of the June 16 1976 Foundation, Dan...
Limpopo: Another school burnt
Limpopo: Another school burnt
Another school has been burnt in Limpopo amid the ongoing dispute over municipal demarcation areas, Cooperative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen...
Letters to the editor: May 20 to 26 2016
Letters to the editor: May 20 to 26 2016
Reportedly, President Jacob Zuma last week referred to the classic pan-Africanist epic poem by the late Ingoapele Madingoane while addressing a...
Violent protests are a symptom of people being ignored by politicians
Violent protests are a symptom of people being ignored by politicians
Why are South Africans are resorting to violence to express their dissatisfaction with government policies, and taking actions that appear to be so...
Service delivery protests set for new highs this election year
Service delivery protests set for new highs this election year
If service delivery protests continue to happen at the same rate that they have in the past four months, 2016 will realise a new peak for such...
Protests: Squashing the burning desire
Protests: Squashing the burning desire
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Vuwani parents afraid to send their children to school
Vuwani parents afraid to send their children to school
It is no longer the fires that keep pupils in Vuwani, Limpopo, and the surrounding...
Forces behind the Vuwani fire
Forces behind the Vuwani fire
Intelligence operatives and security forces deployed to Vuwani say they have identified chiefs, politicians and business people who are behind the...
School arson reveals a people at war with themselves
School arson reveals a people at war with themselves
An elderly woman pulls her seven-year-old grandson across the main gravel road of the village. Barefoot and bawling, the boy is half walking, half...

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