Established by the Apartheid government as a “coloured” area, Ocean View is turning 50 this year but residents of this south peninsula township feel that they have nothing to celebrate.
Housing organisations marched against evictions that are a feature of the state’s response to the growing wave of land occupations around the City.
The sentencing of a violent, psychopathic farmer has been hailed as a victory for farmworkers in that it may deter farmers from assaulting them.
A hospital for children is facing imminent closure after withdrawal of funding by the Department of Health.
The final hearing on the amendment of Section 25 of the Constitution was held in Cape Town this past weekend.
A study conducted by the HSRC and commissioned by Grassroots Soccer and Soul City Institute show alarming rates of sexual violence towards primary school girls in Khayelitsha.
Women from all walks of life joined the march to Parliament to highlight gender-based violence in South Africa.
On Saturday a group of about 100 pensioners took to the streets of Cape Town against increased water tariffs and evictions.
The water tariffs that kicked in on the 1st of July are seen as an attack on the poor by activists.
Community members say that there should be no place for those who murder children in Khayelitsha
On Mandela Day, the Treatment Action Campaign protested at Khayelitsha District Hospital demanding better services