On day 378 of the national lockdown, Elitsha looks back at the past twelve months and the pictures we took.
Two Khayelitsha based organisations accuse the City of Cape Town of discrimination in the way it provides services.
Johnson & Johnson does not see intellectual property as a barrier to Covid-19 treatments and vaccines
The police minister says that the killing of six men in Khayelitsha at the weekend is linked to extortion rackets.
The end of January marks the end of the Social Relief of Distress grant of R350, disbursed by Sassa, but civil society organisations have called for an extension.
Long snaking queues are still the order of the day at the social security agency, Sassa, after 302 days of lockdown in South Africa.
To round off the year, here are just a few snippets of stories Elitsha overed this year.
Children’s homes and youth centres worried about not having the access to food during the pandemic.
The union representing the Go-Bet workers says it wants the workers to be preferred creditors as the company still owes them their Covid relief money.
As the outcry by thousands of care workers whose bodies continue to be on the frontline against covid-19 gets louder around the country, their conditions of work remain unchanged.
The illusion of South Africa’s rainbow nation has become even more unreal at many ex-model C schools.