Rustenburg Blog

Chaneng strikes, who benefits?

By Tsholofelo Raphata In 2010 there was a massive strike whereby comrades were arrested and again in 2011 the Chaneng community decided to take their dusty roads with burning tyres and ministers were called in to assist but still nothing. We often ask ourselves are there any changes and wondering […]

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5th session. WORLD WIDE WEB

  On this upcoming session, monitors will be learning more about the the internet and how they can spread their stories,communicate,share pictures across the world by a click of a button on their phones and computers.They will create email accounts, Facebook pages/groups,Twitter learn how to use You Tube accounts,Blogs and […]

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Rustenburg community monitors first session

The Rustenburg monitoring school had its first session on the 14th of April 2012 at the Bafokeng Land Buyers Association offices in Rustenburg.  In this picture we have activists from seven mining communities namely: Marikana, Bapong,Ikemeleng, Luka,Tlhabane,Chaneng and Mafenya, this communities are directly affected by platinum and chrome mines. Thru the monitoring school activists will learn how […]

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