Marikana residents will continue without streets lights that could curb crime in the area as the City of Cape Town awaits the outcome of its appeal against a court order that it acquire the land from the private owner.
Organisations representing poor and working class people who have borne the brunt of the marauding Red Ants in the past, are celebrating the suspension of the company. .
Reporting water leakages or potholes is futile. Unless you’re a visiting news reporter.
Eindhoven backyarders say that they will not allow the housing project to continue if they are not going to benefit.
A community protest to support the Oak Valley strikers has been met by police violence and threats from ‘Coloured’ workers.
Virgin voters in Khayelitsha hope their votes will change their circumstances.
According to Mqapheli Bonono of Abahlali baseMjondolo it will take the people living in informal settlements in Durban the longest time to get their lives back together again.
Alexandra was shutdown by protestors on Wednesday demanding that the deterioration of the township be stopped.
A group of about 30 residents from Blowey informal settlement in Makhaza, recently protested outside the Khayelithsa SASSA offices demanding relief in cash instead of the food vouchers they have received.
18 structures were demolished by the Anti-Land Invasion Unit of the City of Cape Town on open land adjacent to a ‘temporary’ settlement
Another devastating fire has left 121 people in Khayelitsha homeless.