Residents of Khayelitsha made a raft of recommendations to various spheres of government to fight crime in the township.
The Komati power station is meant to make a complete switch-off by the end of September this year but workers say that they have not been consulted and are not sure what is going to happen to them.
SERI, Lawyers for Human Rights and the African Centre for Migration and Society have come out against the proposed National Labour Migration Policy.
With the end of the national state of disaster, the disastrous state of healthcare in the Eastern Cape as elsewhere in South Africa, continues.
Small-scale fishers and coastal communities participated in the Alternative Mining Indaba where they shared their experiences of corporate greed with communities affected by mining.
Healthcare workers came from across the province to take their demand for re-employment to the office of the Eastern Cape health MEC in Bhisho. The premier and the MEC were away in East London so the memorandum of demands will be in their in-trays on Monday.
Joe Slovo informal settlement residents near the N2 Gateway Housing project were removing rubble and looking for items to salvage on Sunday morning.
The 9,6 percent tariff for those who get electricity from Eskom and the 8,6 percent for those who get it from the City of Cape Town will come into effect as from 1 April.
The Cape Town leg of the anti-xenophobia march organised by a coalition of organisations known as Kopanang Africa Against Xenophobia, took place on Human Rights Day this week.
South Africans and African migrants march against the current xenophobic attacks.
Faced with crime and violence on a daily basis, residents of New Monwabisi Park complain that the lack of services contribute to crime in the area.
The unemployed say that the Covid-19 social relief grant of R350 does not meet their basic needs.