Mbuyiseni Ndlozi - better known as the people's bae - again called those in parliament ‘sleepists’ and accused the ruling party of neglecting the youth, both back in 1976 and now during the #FeesMustFall protests.
Pastor Paseka ‘Mboro’ Motsoeneng or simply Pastor Mboro to his throngs of followers has become the latest high-profile person to call on the government to forgive activists implicated in the #FeesMustFall protest action.
When Sivuyile Ngesi shared his opinion the way protests happen in South Africa, he started a heated social media debate. People were divided between agreeing with his point of view and saying he doesn't understand.
Students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal were forced to protest because their pleas for help weren't being answered by the university.The protests led to the university suspending its Westville campus' planned academic schedule
Angry learners in Cullinan, Tshwane, protested recently over lack of school transport. They also took a stand against blessers and sugar daddies taking advantage of their situation. Read more about their demands on Briefly.co.za.
Kamogelo Legodly, a young activist, is taking a bold stand against gender-based violence through her powerful t-shirt messages. One of the messages reads, "My body shouldn't be a crime scene." Read more on Briefly.
Truck drivers protested against the petrol increases by blocking off roads in Durban and Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday morning. The police reacted swiftly and arrested 9 of the protesters when the situation got violent.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says that he will be discussing Thursday’s protest at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital with the Minister of Police to ensure appropriate action is taken against those responsible.
Residents of Protea Glen have decided enough is enough and have taken a stand against a group trying to erect shacks on some vacant land in their area. Police were forced to intervene today to calm the protesting
Followers of the Incredible Happenings Ministry protested outside the offices of the Afro Worldview TV station. They demanded that the programme airing Prophet Mboro's church service be reinstated. Find out more on Briefly.
Residents of the North West Province gave voice to their growing frustration and anger with the leadership of premier Supra Mahumapelo by taking to the streets in protest action. We take a look at why people are over him.
The N3 highway near the Mooi River Toll Plaza looked more like a war zone than a busy national route on Sunday evening. 18 Trucks were set on fire and another 17 were damaged by protesters. 54 people have been arrested.
Johannesburg metro police have confirmed that the protest action in the Princess Park informal settlement, near Roodepoort, turned violent on Monday evening.