For many who live in urban areas and regularly access mobile data, the transition to COVID-19 life was a challenge but not an insurmountable one.
Over the course of three days from 24-26 September 2020, WoMin and allies mobilised an powerful learning exchange between communities impacted by coal mining across South Africa.
Where are the voices of working-class and rural Black women in the larger story about COVID-19 in South Africa?
Organisation in a time of crisis. For communities, organisations and movements, this current moment presents new challenges as well as opportunities for radical organizing and
Press Release | South Africa and the DRC plan to press ahead with INGA 3 in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic
The Democratic Republic of Congo has just concluded a week-long conference on the beleaguered Grand Inga Dam Project, restating the commitment from South Africa to
Press Release | C19 Women’s Solidarity Fund Forum sends urgent request to the president and ministers to address the water crisis in 24 communities
The struggle for water amongst communities in townships and rural areas throughout South Africa has been a long suffering issue. Coupled with the growing COVID-19
Renewable energy provides a key to Africa’s development. The climate benefits of using the sun and wind to produce electricity means energy for development without
The debt crisis in Africa has been slow burning and is now vastly aggravated by Covid-19. Africa’s outstanding public debt was US$1,330 billion in 2019, i.e.
New Reports & Activist Guide Series Mining is accompanied by human rights abuses, environmental degradation, displacement, loss of land and livelihoods, community fragmentation and conflicts.