Riot Police in confrontation at Khotso House, Johannesburg
Riot police in action at Duduza
Yeoville Park, Johannesburg
Some women have it hard. Wages are low and you are at the madam's mercy in the house.
Priscilla Biyana (50), a domestic worker in a white home in western Johannesburg, lives in Zola, Soweto with her husband and children.
In her sparetime, Priscilla Biyana says she is kept busy with housework and looking after her family. On Sunday she attends church them.
Elias Rikhoto (43) is a 'flatboy' - a cleaner in a high-rise block of flats in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.
Mr Rikhoto would like to have a job which enabled him to live with his family.
"Time-off? If there isn't too much ironing in the afternoon then I get a bit of spare time, but there isn't much to do around here."
Mrs Mngoma's husband, also a migrant worker in Johannesburg, lives in a single-sex hostel and they meet in the city at weekends. She lives in a room on the roof of the block of flats where she is employed.