While results of toxiciology reports have not been made public nor shared with the parents of the teenagers who died in Enyobeni Tavern, they doubt the stated cause of their death as suffocation.
Civic organisations and political parties marched against the electricity tariffs on Saturday.
The Uyinene Mrwetyana Foundation, the University of Cape Town (UCT), and civil society organisations marched from Uyinene’s former residence, to the Clareinch Post Office where she was brutally murdered in 2019.
Cosatu and SACP are furious over the decision by the National Prosecuting Authority not to prosecute anyone, despite the finding of the public inquiry into the deadly 2018 blast that the arms company should be held accountable.
Long snaking queues are the order of the day at the Khayelitsha Home Affairs office.
Advocate Ayanda Gladile was described as someone who had dedicated his life to the struggle. A R100,000 has been offered for information leading to the arrest of his killer/s.
An investigative report, compiled by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa), found that of the 20 mandatory requirements for financial service providers, the four appointed by Nsfas to disburse funds only met five.
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 Rural Legal Centre says it deals with cases of eviction of farmworkers and families who have stayed on the same farm for more than 20 years.
The Western Cape education department says that at the height of the strike, 852,259 learners stayed home from school in the province.
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 public discourse on ‘illegal’ mining or zama-zamas has reached fever pitch with communities on Johannesburg’s west rand erupting in protest this week against the violence of zama-zama gangs. Here, David van Wyk explores ten points to get behind this ‘confusion’ or lack of critical thinking.