South Africa

All South African community stories

What is Monitoring School?

The purpose of monitoring school is to empower communities with the knowledge of monitoring impacts of corporations that are operating in their areas. Often communities are the one that feels the impact of corporations more than anyone else. This happens because communities live, work and play close to this company […]

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Poor Service Delivery at Segwaelane Clinic

By Tshepang Sarah Rambao Segwaelane clinic is the only place where you can get medical attention in Segwaelane Village, which is located in Brits town. Undignified service delivery and ill-treatment that patients receive from nurses is outrageous, which makes it difficult and impossible for patients to ask and get help in […]

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Bapong Community Strikes

By  Dinah Mogapi Bapong is a rural area situated in between Marikana and Brits. It is where the greater Lonmin Platinum’s operations take place. We have diverse cultures in the area, people who were employed by Lonmin Platinum and some of them still are. This has increased the population of […]

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Unemployment Post 1994

Eighteen years down the line and South Africans are still oppressed, economically. We are still struggling. Everybody thought South Africa would be a better place to be in, to live within its borders with the poor being economically empowered, with free education and a better life for all. Instead the […]

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Differences in Diversity

By H.T Moletsane South Africa a country alive with possibilities and opportunities.Rich in diversity, minerals and wealth…. How many times have you heard this words being uttered by every PR, Marketing, Advertising agency. While it is true that we rich in various ways, they go to an extend of selling South […]

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