South Africa: Is Protest the Only Way to Achieve Change?


Violent protests in Eldorado Park, Ennerdale and surrounding areas in the south of Johannesburg and in Coligny in North West province have made headlines over the past few weeks. They add to the pot of public unrest that seems to occupy a permanent spot in South Africa’s news.

From January to the end of April 2017, the ISS Public Violence Monitor recorded at least 261 major protests across the country – a 50% increase in the number of incidents over the same period last…


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