Organisations representing backyarders in Cape Town say that government’s housing database has to be laid bare to ensure the most deserving people receive subsidised houses.
A report from the Western Cape Department of Community Safety paints a bleak picture of how the police in the province are dealing with domestic violence.
To round off the year, Elitsha brings you some of the stories we covered this year.
It is still not clear when train services on Metrorail’s Central Line will resume after it was suspended last month.
With some help from the municipality, waste-pickers in Paarl have formed a co-operative to make themselves a living out of collecting material for recycling.
In a public meeting held at Macassar Civic Hall on Thursday night, families of the workers slain by the September 2018 explosion at the Rheinmetall Denel munitions plant called for the company to be held accountable.
SAMWU is building its own database of unemployed workers and wants the City of Cape Town to use it when recruiting for EPWP projects.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence seems way too little concern about the war on women.
There is no end in sight of the suspension of the Central line in Cape Town.