Volunteers 'won't get' minimum wage

Volunteers ‘won’t get’ minimum wage

3 hours ago CM_Publisher
OPINION | SOUTH AFRICA / GroundUp Opinion / 7 December 2016 Community care workers left to fend f…
Read More
3 hours agoVolunteers ‘won’t get’ minimum wage

3 hours ago CM_Publisher
NEWS | CAPE TOWN / December 7 / GroundUp Court victory for Pollsmoor prisoners “How do human bei…
Read More
3 hours ago
SA election system 'corrupts'

SA election system ‘corrupts’

6 hours ago CM_Publisher
THOUGHT LEADERS / December 7, 2016 / BizNews It’s not so much that our le…
Read More
6 hours agoSA election system ‘corrupts’
'Whistleblower' should take to skies

‘Whistleblower’ should take to skies

6 hours ago CM_Publisher
THOUGHT LEADERS / December 7, 2016 / BizNews Wayne Duvenage, chairman, OUTAOccasionally David b…
Read More
6 hours ago‘Whistleblower’ should take to skies
Household food producers honoured

Household food producers honoured

6 hours ago CM_Publisher
Western Cape residents in the Pella, Mamre and surrounding areas are to be honoured for their food security contributions. They have created food gardens, household chicken production areas and commun…
Read More
6 hours agoHousehold food producers honoured

Volunteers ‘won’t get’ minimum wage

OPINION | SOUTH AFRICA / GroundUp Opinion / 7 December 2016

Community care workers left to fend for themselves again
Workers excluded from proposed minimum wage

Staff with community health workers at Tsolo Community Health Clinic in the Eastern Cape.

By Chantel Anders and Elroy Paulus
2 December 2016

Tens of


NEWS | CAPE TOWN / December 7 / GroundUp

Court victory for Pollsmoor prisoners
“How do human beings live in a detention facility while there are rats?” asks judge

Activists from Sonke Gender Justice protest outside the Western Cape High Court. Photo: Ashleigh Furlong

By Ashleigh Furlong

Awaiting trial prisoners have


SA election system ‘corrupts’

THOUGHT LEADERS / December 7, 2016 / BizNews

It’s not so much that our leadership is demonstrably corrupt, but that the very electoral system which confers huge power on a centrist leadership is, in and of itself, corrupting. So argues this


‘Whistleblower’ should take to skies

THOUGHT LEADERS / December 7, 2016 / BizNews

Wayne Duvenage, chairman, OUTA

Occasionally David beats Goliath, with this victory against the abuse of tax a classic case in point. Wayne Duvenage, chairman of the activist Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse group, goes back in time to explain how determined citizens, and


Household food producers honoured

Western Cape residents in the Pella, Mamre and surrounding areas are to be honoured for their food security contributions. They have created food gardens, household chicken production areas and community gardens. Bronwynne Jooste reports
 7 December 2016 – One quarter of South African households do not have access to enough food.
Improving food security is a