Residents of Ramaphosa informal settlement say they want the company contracted to clean their toilets to employ people on shorter term bases to make more jobs available.
Workers earning the minimum wage say that its increase earlier this year has not made life easier.
Daily commuting in Cape Town has never been so dangerous. Eighty people have been killed this year, casualties in a turf war between taxi associations.
Civil society call for the police restraint and de-escalation shown in Nkandla be extended to all protesters.
Violence on South African farms is endemic and farmworkers all too commonly are the victims.
Peace activist and country coordinator for World Beyond War, Terry Crawford- Browne, kept a diary of the inquiry into the explosion that happened in September 2018 at the Rheinmetall Denel Munition. These are his notes.
The explosion at the munitions plant in Macassar in the Western Cape took place in September 2018, taking the lives of eight workers and injuring one other.
Cape Town firefighters say that they are expected to put out fires while facing disciplinary action, and that they are exhausted and stressed.
Education assistants and school principals hope that the contract for education assistants gets extended as they are playing an important role in learning and teaching under Covid-19.
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