The workers have been on strike for 2 weeks demanding to be insourced by the University of Cape Town.
Commuters continue to suffer the lack of a safe, reliable and affordable public transport system.
Insecurity in Khayelitsha as police dawdle in their duties and leave the Neighbourhood Watch without support.
Despite spending R180-million on the Kuyasa Interchange in 2008, the market stalls at the station have remained white elephants.
The small-scale farmers need common grazing lands to be opened by the municipality so that they can raise their livestock.
A group of about 50 workers, working at UCT but employed by ‘service providers’, took part in a strike to be insourced by the university.
Ex-mineworkers marched to demand transparency from government on the monies owed to them.
The shortage of rape kits at police stations around the country shows that the police are ill-equipped to combat violence against women.