THE scale of protest currently under way in large parts of South Africa is comparable to the period of ungovernability under apartheid.
Lockout until staff end strike and accept offer PROTESTING Walter Sisulu University (WSU) staff were barred from university campuses yesterday.
LECTURES at Walter Sisulu University came to a standstill yesterday as about 1 800 staff members went on strike in protest over salaries.
EMOTIONS ran high in Grahamstown yesterday when more than 100 angry residents gathered at a township building site demanding low-cost government housing.
HUNDREDS of angry residents blocked the Mdantsane Access Road with burning tyres near Vergenoeg on Friday evening in a service delivery protest.
FIVE hundred union members comprising police constables, clerks and cleaners marched to the provincial police headquarters in Zwelitsha yesterday.
SERVICES offered to schools were disrupted at the East London education district office following a week-long protest by workers.
THE small town of Keiskammahoek in the Amahlathi Local Municipality came to a standstill yesterday when thousands of angry residents blockaded entrances to the town in protest against lack of service delivery.