Staff shortages, staff attitudes, extended waiting times and medicine stockouts are crippling health services in the province.
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.
The South African Human Right Commission in the Eastern Cape hears of child malnutrition in the province.
With the end of the national state of disaster, the disastrous state of healthcare in the Eastern Cape as elsewhere in South Africa, continues.
A disagreement over the use of a vehicle led to a male officer assaulting a female officer at Tsomo police station.
Three multi-million rand projects in Mnquma Local Municipality are unfinished while residents’ questions go unanswered.
Residents of Khowa in the Eastern Cape are still waiting for the hand over of the R23-million facility built by Thalami Civils.
Three weeks since the court hearing on water provision to Centane, there is still no clean water in their taps.
Eastern Cape municipalities have spent millions on sub-standard and some times useless facilities, built by construction company, Thalami Civils.
Tyeni villagers endure many hardships to access basic necessities and they feel unsafe in their homes and neglected by government.
Droughts are expected to become more frequent in southern Africa as climate change heralds extreme weather events globally.
Corruption and factional battles seem to be what’s behind violence at Tyeni village in Port St Johns.