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.
The memorial service for Wongeka Vimbayo was held in Khayelitsha on Tuesday.
Xenophobia is a serious problem in South Africa. Cross-border migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the country face harassment and discrimination. Hundreds of incidents of anti-immigrant hate crime […]
Residents of newly occupied areas in Cape Town struggle to maintain a dignified life without water, electricity and sanitation services.
The KDF had harsh words for those who are involved in extortion of small businesses, informal traders and residents in Khayelitsha.
Heavily affected by the lockdown due to the covid-19 pandemic, home-based workers have not enjoyed what little relief government has provided.
The informal economy workers are one of the group of workers who are bearing the brunt of the pandemic as some have lost their livelihoods.