Despite spending R180-million on the Kuyasa Interchange in 2008, the market stalls at the station have remained white elephants.
A group of about 50 workers, working at UCT but employed by ‘service providers’, took part in a strike to be insourced by the university.
Ex-mineworkers marched to demand transparency from government on the monies owed to them.
The shortage of rape kits at police stations around the country shows that the police are ill-equipped to combat violence against women.
With typical bluster, Bheki Cele refused to let the fact of a bloody weekend on the Cape Flats ruin his version of the army deployment.
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.
Improved police visibility and a focus on illegal shebeens are some of the impacts that Nyanga CPF says the army has had since deployment in the township nineteen days ago.
The City of Cape Town blames illegal dumping by residents for the overflowing sewage in Kosovo and Samora Machel.
While the army has been deployed to crime-ridden areas of the Cape Flats, mothers of children slain years before are still marching for the resolution of their cases.