Occupy Wall Street

Citizens ache for new form of politics

Talking about a revolution is fitting given the state’s performance over the past 25 years

Harnessing collective efforts is the answer

Without the active participation of government, business and the community, development initiatives are doomed to fail in South Africa.

Stéphane Hessel, writer and inspiration behind Occupy movement, dies at 95

Hessel, resistance fighter, diplomat, writer of 'Time for Outrage!' and co-author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has died.

Violence dogs Occupy Wall Street anniversary

New York police arrested protesters celebrating the six-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street near the stock exchange over the weekend.

It’s time to occupy, my friends

People worldwide unite to free themselves from the shackles of dysfunctional systems.

Arab Spring anniversary shows youth uprising gone global

One year on from the Arab Spring uprising following a death in Tunisia, it spread to Egypt, Libya and Syria. The youth revolt has truly gone global.

Hundreds arrested as US cops sweep up ‘Occupy’ protesters

Police have removed thousands of anti-Wall Street protesters from "Occupy" camps across the US, arresting 292 people in the Los Angeles operation.

‘Occupy’ camps stormed in LA and Philadelphia

Police in Los Angeles and Philadelphia have stormed Occupy Wall Street encampments in both cities, demanding protestors leave demonstration sites.

Occupy Wall Street protesters give thanks

Occupy protesters got into the Thanksgiving spirit, congregating in the disputed New York square where their movement sprang up two months ago.

Occupy Wall Street protests tally up $13m cost

During the first two months of the Occupy protests, the movement cost the public at least $13-million in police overtime and other municipal services.

Government’s attitude stinks, says Jansen

University of the Free State rector Professor Jonathan Jansen says the government's attitude towards its people is appalling.

Occupy Wall Street protests foiled by authorities

New York police have prevented protesters from shutting down Wall Street, arresting more than 200 people in repeated clashes.

Press Releases

Wellcome Trust award goes to UKZN mental health champion

Dr Andr? J van Rensburg, a senior researcher in UKZN's Centre for Rural Health, received the Wellcome Trust Discretionary Award.

MTN gears up to deliver improved customer service

On 28 January, the first batch of MTN contract customers will be migrated onto the new customer service platform.

Request for expression of interest on analysis of quality and outcome indicators for regional and district hospitals in Lesotho

Introduction The Ministry of Health of Lesotho with the support of the World Bank funded Nutrition and Health Systems Strengthening...

MiX Telematics enhances in-vehicle video camera solution

The company has launched the gold MiX Vision Bureau Service, which includes driver-coaching tools to ensure risky driver behaviour can be addressed proactively and efficiently.

Boosting safety for cargo and drivers

The use of a telematics system for fleet vehicles has proved to be an important tool in helping to drive down costs and improve efficiency, says MiX Telematics Africa.

Silencing the guns and firearms amnesty

Silencing the guns and firearms amnesty

Gender-based violence is an affront to our humanity

Gender-based violence is an affront to our humanity

UK-Africa investment summit 2020: Think Africa Invest SA

UK-Africa investment summit 2020: Think Africa Invest SA