Healthcare staff shortages, broken clinic buildings and corruption top the problems observed by the TAC in the People’s Health Manifesto.
Filthy toilets, illegal electricity and dilapidated houses a sore point for residents of Vaalkamers.
City Power’s latest effort to remove illegal connections will, like previous raids, prove futile as no legal supply of electricity even exists in these informal settlements.
Residents of Cosmo City say they have contended with overflowing sewage for the last 4 years.
The TAC says they want to be part of the solution to save public healthcare in Gauteng from collapse.
The prolonged closure of Charlotte Maxeke Hospital during a pandemic has pushed the healthcare system closer to collapse.
Workers earning the minimum wage say that its increase earlier this year has not made life easier.
With just over 7-million vaccines administered, physically disabled people feel that they have been left behind.
Workers in the Informal economy of Johannesburg say that the City has made things hard for them during lockdown.
Small businesses have been decimated and food and energy security is in peril as civil unrest and looting continues in KZN and Gauteng.
There is a growing list of complaints against an advocate, Viquelin-Kim Johnson.
Preferences for youth employment are barriers for job seekers older than 35.