Johannes Thengi Jiyane

J.T. Jiyane is a Pressenza correspondent based in South Africa covering; politics and socio-economics.

11.05.2015

South Africa: domestic workers paid peanuts

South Africa: domestic workers paid peanuts

After 21 years of democracy domestic workers of South Africa still find themselves being neglected in terms of payment. These are the lowest paid workers on the labour market, as they are being undermined by their bosses both black and white, yet the black bosses seem to be the worst… »

08.05.2015

South Africa’s sex workers nightly fear for their lives and demand government action

South Africa’s sex workers nightly fear for their lives and demand government action

Speaking through their organisation, the South African Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT), the sex workers of the country have serious concerns about their issues and whether they will ever be ironed out, and as a consequence they work under pressure fearing for their lives. One of their issues… »

04.05.2015

South Africa: the man who walked 321km for harmony

South Africa: the man who walked 321km for harmony

Mr. Duncan Nyawo is a teacher by profession who is troubled by a few things deep in his soul, and this caused him to walk from Nelspruit to Pretoria which is about 321 km just to deliver a message of peace and hope to the Presidency at Union Buildings in… »

29.04.2015

South Africa: Ministerial Task Team for xenophobic unrest

South Africa: Ministerial Task Team for xenophobic unrest

As a response to the recent xenophobic attacks in the country, there is now a newly formed Ministerial Task Team which is made up of the following Departments: State Security, Police, Defence, Justice, Social Development, Home Affairs. Each minister is representing their Department, whilst Minister Jeff Radebe comes directly from… »

22.04.2015

South African welcomes fellow Africans to Indaba

South African welcomes fellow Africans to Indaba

Durban, South Africa: As the country is undergoing difficult times of xenophobia/afrophobia attacks, this has left a sour taste across the world. By J.T. Jiyane Yet, South Africa is known world wide because of her fine Constitution, and who can forget the Madiba magic – Rugby World Cup of 1995… »

14.04.2015

Crimes of colour

Crimes of colour

When they should be free like everybody born innocent, they are not because their fellow countrymen are pulling them down because of their skin condition. In Tanzania it is still taboo to discuss positive issues related to people with albinism. To most Africans whatever is being discussed about people with… »

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