Half of the school’s prefab buildings are dilapidated, with rats and bees resident and the wind passing through.
Zondani’s lawyer is optimistic that they will win the case while activists doubt that anything less than its dissolution will bring change to the municipality.
Enyobeni tavern owner takes a swipe at the inquest into the cause of death of 21 teenagers in his establishment while the families feel frustrated by the delay.
While results of toxiciology reports have not been made public nor shared with the parents of the teenagers who died in Enyobeni Tavern, they doubt the stated cause of their death as suffocation.
Unions claim that the labour department is doing the health department’s bidding by proposing to remove community health workers from the public health bargaining council.
The Amadiba Crisis Committee are determined to fight against the coastal route of Sanral, citing the capture of the construction project by corporate interests and the environmental damage it will do.
According to the department of education in the Eastern Cape, the improvement of facilities at almost half of the schools in the province is delayed while about a fifth have no electricity.
A calling to hear ancestral voices has got some learners suspended from school.
There was no looting or any of the public violence that occupied media attention in the build-up to the shutdown.
Doctors and their union accuse the government of turning a blind eye to the critical shortage of doctors.
The unity between the two labour federations was put to the test in mass marches in Cape Town, Pretoria and East London during the general strike on Wednesday.
Police say that they are aware of complaints about the tavern made by members of the public before the tragedy.