By Neelam Rahim Eight people have been charged after a mosque was allegedly broken-in in Melbourne yesterday, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage. The men allegedly jumped two security fences to get inside the centre, home to hundreds in Ahmadiyya Muslim...
By Neelam Rahim Young people in South Africa may be forgiven for believing it is aluta continua – or the struggle continues – 46 years after the Soweto uprisings. Young activists are demanding that government prioritise creating green and sustainable jobs. The...
By Neelam Rahim Today is World Refugee Day, and a group of concerned members of Cape Town, together with members of refugee communities, have organised a march to Parliament in the City to commemorate the day. Under the theme “Community Collective Initiative March”,...
By Neelam Rahim It’s been another dramatic week in South African politics with missed deadlines, cases within cases, and ever-dominating headlines. A president with higher trust than his parties was at the centre of debates about stolen money. Staring with missed...