“People do as they please, and without consequences in this department,” workers say.
An uproar by opposition parties and activists on the appointment of corruption-accused Zondani by the Amathole District Municipality has fallen on deaf ears.
Opposition parties and community-based organisations in the Eastern Cape reject the appointment s by the Amathole of a former municipal manager, Nokuthula Zondani, as director of community service.
Mandela Park Backyarders are adamant that the housing project should benefit their community while the City of Cape Town insists units will be allocated according to the housing waiting list.
The Housing Assembly is taking on a campaign for an alternative and public housing waiting list.
About 500 residents of Cape Town held a speak-out a few metres away from the Cape Town city hall where the president was delivering the state of the nation address.
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Led by Defend Our Democracy, activists called for Gauteng Premier Lesufi to take action against corruption in the health sector.
The authors argue that the City of Cape Town has not been an impartial authority in giving approval to the development.
Residents of Zamimpilo informal settlement say they trip over uncollected heaps of rubbish during the day and duck bullets from zama-zamas at night.
As calls for formalisation of artisanal and small-scale mining grow due to high levels of violence, rape and GBV, residents of Bosmont in the West Rand are calling for the deployment of the army to protect the community.
The authors argue that It was in fact young women from left organisations who brought the vote out for Boric to defeat the right-wing candidate in the second round of voting.