The African Reporter took to the streets to ask how the community can restore the dignity of women…
African Reporter took to the streets to hear different opinions on how people the vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma through the secret ballot will affect the leadership of this country.
Another vote of no confidence will be tabled against President Jacob Zuma today. The Addie took to the streets to ask the community what they think will happen if Zuma survives this time as well. This is what they had to say:
We took to the streets to ask if people believe the secret ballot, to be cast in Parliament today, will encourage ANC MPs to vote against President Jacob Zuma.
African Reporter took to the streets to get a feel of the Nelson Mandela celebration and we found many happy people looking forward to lending a helping hand to those who are less fortunate.
We took to the streets to ask parents how they keep their children entertained during school holidays.
Ekurheleni has the highest number of learner pregnancy in Gauteng with 1 289 learners. The department of basic education has proposed for the distribution of condoms in schools.
We asked men if they believe there is enough information about their rights to access to their children.
We took to the streets to ask residents if they think today’s youth honour young people who died in the struggle for their freedom.
Have you taught your children emergency numbers and cautioned them against criminals who may prey on them in the street?
We went to the streets to ask women how safe they feel with so many violent crimes aimed at women surfacing in the media.