These are some of the stories we brought you in 2022. Expect more to follow in 2023.
Residents of Khayelitsha’s informal settlements have to contend with communal toilets that do not flush or portable toilets they have to clean out themselves.
Stellenbosch backyard dwellers declare that they have exhausted peaceful engagement with the municipality
The protest called by Santaco left thousands stranded on the first day of the two-day action.
Diepsloot residents are troubled by uncollected rubbish and its potential impact on their health.
Residents say the local government has been promising to have the roads fixed since 2010.
Residents of Zamimpilo informal settlement say they trip over uncollected heaps of rubbish during the day and duck bullets from zama-zamas at night.
Ten years after the massacre of mine workers conspired by the state and their employer in Marikana, residents continue to fight for a better life
Members of the Khayelitsha Neighbourhood Watch used the imbizo to call for more support and resources to be allocated to them.
Residents of Khayelitsha made a raft of recommendations to various spheres of government to fight crime in the township.
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.