If you were at the V&A Waterfront or Kalk Bay harbour at the right time in the last week, you might have noticed strange hooded figures in red or blue fabric walking around with a rope.
At his first campaign rally, far-right French presidential candidate Éric Zemmour was put in a headlock by an irate protester.
The EFF and members of the Afrikaner group Bittereinders (meaning ‘to the bitter end’) faced off outside a Pretoria old age home yesterday.
When your citizens have so little, for so long, and their pleas for assistance go unanswered, desperation sets in. Some of the looting, however, was indefensible.
Late last week, and throughout the weekend, scenes of chaos and destruction have played out, predominantly in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
COVID-19 stands for ‘confirmation of verification ID’, vaccines are evil, masks are for suckers, and some other zingers from this weekend’s protest.
The South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) clashed with police during a protest against the current unemployment rates, among other things.
The toyi-toyi is a huge part of South African culture, but it didn’t originate here, and it wasn’t always used for protest action.
Protests over the imposed curfew, which started this past weekend, have continued to rage in the Netherlands.
During a protest on Thursday, November 19, a man was tipped out of his wheelchair by law enforcement officers.
A taxi strike is underway in Gauteng, as the National Taxi Alliance (NTA) protests outstanding COVID-19 relief fund payments.
The EFF, looking to stage a protest outside Brackenfell High, were met with stick-wielding parents and things escalated quickly from there.
Some Trump supporters are having a tough time getting behind the results of the 2020 election, returning to familiar tactics to express their discontent.
Now that both sides have laid their cards on the table, the showdown is officially on between boycotting Sea Point residents and the City of Cape Town.
Every so often, you see a video that makes you wonder how we have devolved to this point. Welcome to ‘Idiocracy’.
A protest against farm murders and gender-based violence outside Parliament turned ugly when law enforcement arrived on the scene.
A disabled teen was allegedly shot and killed by police in Eldorado Park, and the community is up in arms.
On the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, anger over the shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man who is currently paralysed after police fired seven times from close range into his back, has now turned deadly.
The frail, nobly malnourished old man isn’t quite as saintly as many would have you believe.
This morning, we covered how the group ‘Gatvol Capetonian’ planned on protesting in at least 15 areas around Cape Town, which included a number of prominent roads closures.
A group called “Gatvol Capetonian” is planning to shut down Cape Town in at least 15 different areas throughout the day.
True to form, SAPS has met the hospitality protests taking place in Cape Town’s CBD with brute force, water cannons, and stun grenades.
Restaurant owners, workers, and industry affiliates have taken to the streets to protest the stringent lockdown rules impacting their businesses.
Earlier in the week, many surfers protested about the beaches remaining closed on alert level 4. Cue the jokes and piss-takes.
I don’t know much about American football, but even I’m aware of the rivalry between Harvard and Yale, and the importance of their annual match.
In Lebanon, those protesting corruption and economic instability have adopted an unlikely rallying cry.
A well-known Paralympian and Extinction Rebellion activist found a creative way to keep a British Airways plane grounded.
People gathered to protest climate change around the world, including the roughly half a million who joined Greta Thunberg in Montreal.