The ‘latest’ crime statistics reveal that the murder rates are up and are concentrated in a few urban stations.
The future of the grocery store that was looted and burned on Saturday night in Samora Machel is uncertain and its employees might lose their jobs.
The Movement for Change and Social Justice joined with Realistic, Gugulethu Development Forum and Gugulethu Progressive Development Forum to march to various government entities around the township to deliver their memorandum of demands for better services.
About 3,000 protestors gathered outside Parliament in Cape Town before going to the World Economic Forum meeting in the International Convention Centre, calling for action to combat men who rape and murder women.
The workers have been on strike for 2 weeks demanding to be insourced by the University of Cape Town.
Commuters continue to suffer the lack of a safe, reliable and affordable public transport system.
Insecurity in Khayelitsha as police dawdle in their duties and leave the Neighbourhood Watch without support.