|01 June 2009||Durban: Removal date of market traders is postponed|
|19 March 2009||Johannesburg: World Class Cities FOR ALL Campaign partners meeting- Civil Society Organizations Gather in Johannesburg to Strategize for 2010|
|14 March 2009||Cape Town: UNITED GREEN POINT TRADERS ALLIANCE - Chaos as displaced street traders queue for permits|
|24 February 2009||Durban - Warwick Market vendors forced to relocate: Thousands of informal workers possibly affected|
|14 February 2009||Cape Town: Cape Town: United Green Point Traders Alliance (UGPTA) protests the municipality has not played the game|
|07 January 2009||Durban: Street Vendors` Protest Letter to eThekwini Municipality|
|06 November 2008||Abahlali baseMjondolo challenges the Notorious Slums Act in Durban High Court on 6 and 7 November, 2008|
|01 November 2008||Durban: Evict refugees because "FIFA World Cup is around the corner"|
|14 October 2008||Housing rights and FIFA World Cup 2010 Games|
|06 October 2008||Housing rights: "World Class City" means hiding the poor|
|05 October 2008||SATUCC – Streetnet joint workshop organising workers in the informal economy, held at Booysens Hotel, Johannesburg|
|28 July 2008||Durban: EMM Strategy Meeting @ Cane-Growers Hall at ML Sultan|
|28 June 2008||WCCA (World Class Cities for All) Campaign Statement on Dismissal of Nelspruit stadium construction workers|
|09 June 2008||Johannesburg: The death of two evicted from Joburg`s pavement another sign of anti-poor policy|
|23 April 2008||Memorandum of grievances to the Metro Trading Company and to The City of Johannesburg Mayor Amos Masondo|
|23 April 2008||Statement by the Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF) in support of the memorandum of demands by the One Voice Of All Hawkers Association (OVOHA)|
|18 March 2008||Cape Town: Mitchells Plain police hit at traders again|
|22 November 2007||Durban – Where are Durban`s street children?|
|13 September 2007||Gauteng – Private security arrests informal traders for vending on trains and railway platforms|
|25 June 2007||Durban`s street wars - StreetNet International calls on Ethekwini Metro to negotiate in good faith with street vendors|
|11 May 2007||FNB Stadium hawkers|
|11 May 2007||Klerksdorp Oppenheimer Stadium - Hawkers should benefit|
|01 May 2007||Rustenberg Royal Bafokeng Stadium - Hawkers demand a pro-poor 2010|
|21 November 2006||Durban street trader organisations demand a halt to harassment and evictions|
|21 November 2006||Invitation to Ethekwini Municipality to join World Class City Campaign and engage in consultative processes in the lead up to the World Cup|
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/
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