Funeral arrangements are underway for a homeless man who was shot and killed by a City of Cape Town law enforcement officer.
These are some of the stories we brought you in 2021. Expect more to follow in 2022.
Construction companies with questionable track records continue to rake it in.
Homeless people complain that they cannot afford the R8 entry fee charged at the Kotze Street shelter which belongs to the City of Johannesburg.
Hostel residents in Alexandra township have been decrying lack of services at the hostels since 1994.
Voters around the country say they voted for sanitation, jobs and houses.
Temporary relocation area residents say the upcoming local government elections are not going to change their living conditions.
As World Homeless Day was marked, the City of Cape Town declared it intends appealing a court ruling that it pay compensation to homeless people it removed from District 6.
Families facing eviction by a company that bought their bank-repossessed homes want the government to intervene and protect them.
City Power’s latest effort to remove illegal connections will, like previous raids, prove futile as no legal supply of electricity even exists in these informal settlements.
Residents see no way else to get rid of their rubbish than to dump it because no truck will be coming to collect it.