Small businesses have been decimated and food and energy security is in peril as civil unrest and looting continues in KZN and Gauteng.
Residents see no way else to get rid of their rubbish than to dump it because no truck will be coming to collect it.
Two Khayelitsha based organisations accuse the City of Cape Town of discrimination in the way it provides services.
The police minister says that the killing of six men in Khayelitsha at the weekend is linked to extortion rackets.
Children’s homes and youth centres worried about not having the access to food during the pandemic.
Residents of newly occupied areas in Cape Town struggle to maintain a dignified life without water, electricity and sanitation services.
The unhygienic situation is a sign of an uncaring government.
The inadequate and lack of services at Silvertown informal settlement near Malmesbury affects women the most.
Silvertown’s water supply quadrupled thanks to covid-19 with the installation of three taps.
Land occupiers whose homes in Empolweni and Ethembeni were wrecked by the flood of sewage have appealed to the City of Cape Town for help but the City is refusing.