Healthcare workers came from across the province to take their demand for re-employment to the office of the Eastern Cape health MEC in Bhisho. The premier and the MEC were away in East London so the memorandum of demands will be in their in-trays on Monday.
Joe Slovo informal settlement residents near the N2 Gateway Housing project were removing rubble and looking for items to salvage on Sunday morning.
The 9,6 percent tariff for those who get electricity from Eskom and the 8,6 percent for those who get it from the City of Cape Town will come into effect as from 1 April.
Faced with crime and violence on a daily basis, residents of New Monwabisi Park complain that the lack of services contribute to crime in the area.
Unemployed youth and marginalised groups marched to Parliament to deliver an “alternative budget speech” on Wednesday.
Funeral arrangements are underway for a homeless man who was shot and killed by a City of Cape Town law enforcement officer.
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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.
The KZN premier visited the police station with the highest number of reported rape cases as part of the launch of 16 Days of Activism.
Construction companies with questionable track records continue to rake it in.
A lack of access to water by firefighters was at the centre of the fire that consumed 120 shacks in Durban.