Civic organisations and political parties marched against the electricity tariffs on Saturday.
Long snaking queues are the order of the day at the Khayelitsha Home Affairs office.
With the cost of living at an all time high, residents of the Cape Flats say they are buckling under the pressure of new electricity tariffs. The City of Cape Town has implemented an increase that the energy regulator itself has condemned.
The taxi protest in the Western Cape has shuttered clinics at the same time as the number of people needing treatment for violent injury has spiked.
The launch of the Cry of the Xcluded in the Western Cape saw activists from both sides of the railway line coming together to talk about issues affecting their communities.
As Langa celebrates 100 years of its existence, its residents are not happy with the services that they receive from the City of Cape Town.
Hostel residents in Langa say they are tired of empty promises of houses and failure to maintain the hostels by the authorities.
The residents of an informal settlement in Khayelitsha are refusing to vacate the land for the building of a private hospital.
The general sense in the room was that the imbizo was little else than a talkshop and residents of informal settlement told the housing minister that they are tired of empty promises.
Due to desperation, the Jagersfontein community is now divided with each side accusing the other of collaborating with the mine bosses and the police they accuse of being in the bosses’ pockets.
According to the municipality the current average level in the five dams that supply the metro is 13,27%.