Ilitha Park and Phakamisa residents in Khayelitsha protested outside the municipal offices against high water bills on Thursday.
Saftu led a march on Parliament to bring demands to the finance minister on the day of his budget speech.
Cosatu demands a labour-absorbing economic growth path, the reversal of the VAT hike and an end to state capture and corruption.
SAFTU believes that the budget speech that will be delivered on Wednesday will not be different to the ones before it.
Bishop Lavis in Cape Town saw four youth shot this past weekend. The community came out to protest gang violence and police inaction this Tuesday, 12 February.
The strike by workers at the Blue Ribbon plant in Salt River, Cape Town, has entered into its third month without a prospect of its ending any time soon.
18 structures were demolished by the Anti-Land Invasion Unit of the City of Cape Town on open land adjacent to a ‘temporary’ settlement
Blue Ribbon workers have been on strike for over seven weeks with an agreement with the employer still a distant prospect.
Residents of Bonteheuwel and surrounding townships demanded answers from Police Minister, Bheki Cele, for promises police ministers had made in previous meetings with the communities,
A group picketed outside the Zimbabwean embassy against state brutality in Zimbabwe.
Iequality in education is evident in the lack of laboratories for the teaching of science in poor schools
The five workers who were arrested and charged for public violence appeared in Cape Town magistrate’s court on Thursday.