The City of Cape Town says it will seek a court interdict against the “violent, EFF-led” striking workers.
Prasa has committed to dealing with poor rail services after being pressured by a coalition of civil society organisations under the #UniteBehind hashtag.
Dubbed #BishopLavisShutDown, residents of Bishop Lavis and surrounding townships came out against gang violence, crime and drugs in the area.
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.
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.
Street vendors in Rusape, Zimbabwe, feel that the city council doesn’t want to improve their working and trading space.
Residents of Queenstown want the troubled Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality to be placed under administration because of financial mismanagement and its failure to deliver services. At least 44 municipal assets worth millions – including fire brigade and garbage collection vehicles and road graders – were auctioned off to pay a construction company that built a community hall in Sterkstroom back in 2016.
About 30 families in Steenberg were evicted from their homes in Steenvilla complex on Wednesday. Steenvilla is the largest social housing complex in Cape Town with over 700 units.