Articles for Liezl Human

Workers take newly merged Heineken-Distell to the CCMA

Unions say merger conditions set by Competition Tribunal have not been met


News | 19 January 2024

Deadline to open Stellenbosch rail link pushed out two months

Metrorail to run again at the end of February


Brief | 17 January 2024

Small farmer makes a comeback after devastating floods

Genadendal farmer Johannes Arendse sells his produce in Cape Town


News | 13 December 2023

Victory for union at chicken plant

Workers celebrate as Rainbow Chicken agrees to recognise union


Brief | 13 December 2023

Picket against fossil fuels at Muizenberg beach

Protests coincide with COP28 summit underway in Dubai


Brief | 11 December 2023

South Africa needs to spend an extra R535-billion a year to meet climate goals

Climate investments need to jump from R131-million a year, Presidential Climate Commission says


News | 6 December 2023

African dinosaurs and the sixth mass extinction

Palaeobiologist Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan speaks at GroundUp’s Science for the People seminar


Science | 4 December 2023

Small farmers celebrate victory outside Cape High Court

Housing Development Agency agrees to drop eviction proceedings


News | 21 November 2023

Khayelitsha residents document their daily struggle with toilets

Photographic exhibition shows access to sanitation from the perspective of people living in informal settlements


Brief | 20 November 2023

South African Jews call for ceasefire in Gaza

“We are a diverse group of South African Jews who are dismayed by the situation that is unfolding in Israel and Palestine”

By and

News | 15 November 2023

Western Cape small-scale fishers finally get their rights

Fisheries department announces long-awaited permits finalised in the Western Cape


News | 15 November 2023

Expelled NUMSA members start rival union

Metal Mining and Allied Workers Unions of South Africa (MMAWUSA) holds inaugural press briefing


Brief | 10 November 2023

Women farm workers demand meeting with Minister of Agriculture

Women on Farms Project marched to Parliament on Wednesday


News | 9 November 2023

Rural women shed light on food insecurity

“Small household gardens are not enough for women to be able to escape food insecurity” says activist


News | 30 October 2023

Sand mining company appeals against refusal of water licence in Philippi

A campaign to preserve the horticultural area says the silica mine will impact food security and the Cape Flats Aquifer


News | 26 October 2023

Cape Flats fishermen still catching carp despite City health warning

The municipality has suspended fishing at Zeekoevlei due to high heavy metal levels, but people are still fishing in the Lotus River canal

Text by . Photos by .

News | 17 October 2023