The informal traders in the city centre of Johannesburg lament bad treatment by the City of Johannesburg.
Mining affected communities met to contribute to the third draft of a legally binding treaty against human rights violations by businesses, which will be presented later this year at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Police Minister Bheki Cele promised the Alexandra community action against criminals and “undocumented foreign nationals”.
The dairy foods company is undergoing restructuring by it’s new owners, the Israeli-led consortium Milco, which has culled 2,000 jobs with 1,500 more under threat.
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Diepkloof residents have vowed to continue their blockade of highways until Eskom engages them.
Roads in Cosmo City make travel by car treacherous and residents say nothing has ever been done to repair them.
As the country battles the Covid-19 pandemic, cancer patients and activists say that over 2,000 patients in Gauteng are still waiting for cancer treatment.
Food prices are rising as SDR grant recipients struggle to buy basic necessities.
Wastepickers get no help nor recognition from the City of Johannesburg which seems to try to take their livelihoods away from them.
Homeless people complain that they cannot afford the R8 entry fee charged at the Kotze Street shelter which belongs to the City of Johannesburg.
Hostel residents in Alexandra township have been decrying lack of services at the hostels since 1994.