Members of the neighbourhood watch in NU2 in Mdantsane,who will appear in court again on Tuesday, 7 September, enjoyed community support when they appeared in court last week Thursday.
The costs of getting a university education comes at higher cost for female students from poor backgrounds, no less if they are on NSFAS bursaries.
Tension is brewing between informal settlements and those who live in brick houses in East London over illegal electricity connections.
Workers earning the minimum wage say that its increase earlier this year has not made life easier.
The department of basic education in the Eastern Cape and nationally claims that Covid vaccination programme in the sector is going well.
The acrimonious wage dispute was settled with a 4% increment with Nestlé.
Residents see no way else to get rid of their rubbish than to dump it because no truck will be coming to collect it.
The gruesome murder of Busisiwe Ngwadla and the light sentence given to her killer has put the spotlight on the effectiveness of police in dealing with femicide and gender-based violence.
The global foods corporation is accused by the union of racism and unfair labour practices across all its operations in the country.
The EPWP workers have vowed to fight until their demands are met.
On day 378 of the national lockdown, Elitsha looks back at the past twelve months and the pictures we took.
To round off the year, here are just a few snippets of stories Elitsha overed this year.