The ‘latest’ crime statistics reveal that the murder rates are up and are concentrated in a few urban stations.
The future of the grocery store that was looted and burned on Saturday night in Samora Machel is uncertain and its employees might lose their jobs.
Protestors say that the promises that the President made are not enough to deal with the scourge of gender-based violence.
About 3,000 protestors gathered outside Parliament in Cape Town before going to the World Economic Forum meeting in the International Convention Centre, calling for action to combat men who rape and murder women.
The workers have been on strike for 2 weeks demanding to be insourced by the University of Cape Town.
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.