|15 December 2009||Durban - Warwick Early Morning Market celebrates 99 years and Campaign against women and child abuse|
|14 December 2009||EMMSG Update - Campaign Against Abuse of Women and Children|
|09 December 2009||Durban - WCCA Campaign calls meeting to mark 16-Days of No Violence Against women|
|05 December 2009||NASVI takes World Class Cities for All Campaign to people of India|
|18 November 2009||Memorandum to Mike Mabuyakhulu|
|18 November 2009||Durban – Protest march by WCCA and partners to city hall|
|16 November 2009||WCCA Campaign launches in Nelson Mandela Bay|
|23 October 2009||FIFA`s games are not so sporting|
|23 October 2009||Cape Town - Molo Songololo holds Round Table on Child prostitution & 2010 FWC & beyond|
|23 October 2009||Durban - Residents were moved to toxic landfill to make way for Umlazi Stadium for 2010 Games|
|23 October 2009||Cape Town Mayor accepts Western Cape Informal Traders Coalition (WCITC) submission|
|22 October 2009||Cape Traders Coalition hold meeting with city mayor Dan Plato|
|20 October 2009||Durban - South Africa, Street Vendors' Support For Shack Dwellers|
|13 October 2009||Durban - WCCA Campaign calls for City to stop dividing traders|
|18 September 2009||Dialogue on African cities - The Early Morning Market and Warwick precinct streets are the canvas for transformative art|
|05 September 2009||NASVI takes World Class Cities for All Campaign to people of India|
|28 August 2009||KZN Provincial Task Team Report - EMM opposes the privatisation of Early Morning Market|
|12 August 2009||Early Morning Market Traders walkout of City Hall meeting|
|11 August 2009||The Socialist Party of Azania (SOPA) would like to respond to the statement issued by the eThekwini Municipality on Media Reports of a Racial Slur at Early Morning Market Meeting|
|06 August 2009||Working class communities of Durban|
|05 August 2009||Message from Roy Chetty EMM Support Group|
|31 July 2009||Message of solidarity to Durban WCCA from UNISON Community & Voluntary Branch, Ireland|
|29 July 2009||World Class Cities for All (WCCA) press conference on Warwick Early Morning Market crisis|
|28 July 2009||Resolutions Adopted at the Special Public Meeting called by the 1860 Heritage Legacy Foundation on Tuesday 28 July 2009 at the ML Sultan Campus of the Durban University of Technology|
|24 July 2009||Guarantee Warwick market site for future generations of market gardeners and informal traders!!!|
There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events. It can be found on this link: http://streetnetbrasil.wordpress.com/
StreetNet Newsletter 31 [pdf]
INDIA. DP is irreparable, scrap it, say activists. Times of India (10 April 2015).
TANZANIA. College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers. Daily News (10 April 2015) by Ludovick Kazoka.
INDIA. No street vendors, cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market: NGT. Zee News (8 April 2015) by PTI. New Delhi:
BOTSWANA. EDD is the way to go. Mmegi Online (8 April 2015).
USA. Five Courses: Hawkers' street food flair & more. Creative Loafing Tampa Bay (8 April 2015) by Meaghan Habuda.
INDIA. Hawkers may be allowed near Rishi Kapoor, Anil Ambani's Pali Hill residences. DNA India (8 April 2015) by Amrita Nayak Dutta.
ABU-DHABI. Abu Dhabi Municipality raid scares away street hawkers. Gulf News (7 April 2015).
SINGAPORE. Hawker centres to be spruced up with murals and art installations. Channel News Asia (5 April 2015) by Vimita Mohandas.
MALAYSIA. 'Development will be inclusive'. The Star Online (3 April 2015).
INDIA. 'Street vendors denied right to livelihood'. The Hindu (1 April 2015) by K.N. Umesh.
StreetNet International is an alliance of street vendors. It was launched in Durban, South Africa, in November 2002.
Membership-based organizations (unions, co-operatives or associations) directly organizing street vendors, market vendors and/or hawkers among their members, are entitled to affiliate to StreetNet International.
The aim of StreetNet is to promote the exchange of information and ideas on critical issues facing street vendors, market vendors and hawkers (i.e. mobile vendors) and on practical organizing and advocacy strategies