Data in South Africa is the most expensive in the world and cellphone companies are making super-profits from it, but MTN still uses the plight of informal settlement residents to get free advertising.
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.
Insecurity in Khayelitsha as police dawdle in their duties and leave the Neighbourhood Watch without support.
While the upgrading of informal settlements programme is government policy to tackle their developmental challenges, the City of Cape Town says that it will not provide services to the new settlement.
The City of Cape Town blames illegal dumping by residents for the overflowing sewage in Kosovo and Samora Machel.
According to the report, basic services in Marikana are temporary, “anonymous and dehumanising”.
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.