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07 June 2018
Citrus strike ends as farmers agree to R20 an hour
Workers in the Sundays River Valley in the Eastern Cape called off their strike on Thursday after reaching an agreement with their employers.
“We cannot forget the pain, anguish, dehumanisation, deprivation & degeneration which forced removals brought upon us…I still remember the pain of seeing how our homes were bulldozed and the day my husband had to put up a sign in the shop window saying it would be closing down"
You can live to be 100 and still not have your land rights restored https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2022-01-26-oldest-district-six-land-claimant-aunty-shariefa-khan-dies-before-finally-getting-chance-to-move-back-home/
"We have heard politicians claim that migrants crowd hospitals, take jobs or destroy our cities. The claims mimic international anti-immigration discourses and are the thinly veiled faces of authoritarianism, xenophobia, toxic nationalism and racism" https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2022-01-26-there-is-an-urgent-need-for-businesses-and-government-to-embark-on-a-pro-poor-agenda/
In the 2019/20 financial year, SANParks generated a surplus of more than R290-million. But by the end of the 2020/21 it had registered a loss of more than R92-million In 2021/22 Notwithstanding belt tightening, SANParks is already registering a deficit of more than R280-million.
Mozambique: Tropical storm Ana leaves at least 14 dead in path of destruction – Lusa https://clubofmozambique.com/news/mozambique-tropical-storm-ana-leaves-at-least-14-dead-in-path-of-destruction-lusa-208409/ via @twitter