Walter Sisulu University management has claimed poverty as a reason for not attending to student complaints and demands for improved conditions in the university’s residences.
Shoprite workers in King Williams Town have joined a two-day nationwide strike called by their union for better working conditions.
Police minister, Bheki Cele has intervened in the taxi violence in Mthatha that has claimed more than 60 people’s lives since 2016 by suspending major routes indefinitely, until the terms of a peace accord brokered between the warring taxi associations are respected.
Allegations of housing corruption have been made against Ward 44 councillor in Cape Town by members of the community who have been on the City’s housing list for years while Councillor Anthony Moses has been living in a Community Rental Unit since 2011. As a councillor, they say, his income should disqualify him from residency there.
PAC leader wants the coloured community to join the fight for land as the Khoisan people were the first people to be fought off the land by the colonisers.
SAFTU General Secretary Zwelinzima Vavi has warned that the new ANC leadership led by former NUM secretary, President Cyril Ramaphosa aims to erode all the gains that workers have fought for in the past.
The Eastern Cape Education MEC recently visited the school where a Grade R learner drowned in a pit-latrine and promised to build toilets.
On Human Rights Day, communities from informal settlements in Cape Town marched for land for housing.
South Africa will be celebrating Human Rights Day on Wednesday but Langa Old Flats residents feel that their rights and dignity are being undermined.
A cleansing ceremony was held over the weekend to help the community heal after the murders at Ngcobo police station and the police’s retaliatory assault on the Seven Angels Ministry.