Protesters from across South African political divisions agree that a just and lasting peace in Palestine requires the end of Israeli occupation.
With the December holidays just around the corner, Nsfas has opened for 2024 bursary applications but students say it is too late.
The protestors demand the building of a district hospital in Gugulethu as the day hospital is not adequately equipped.
Residents of TR section say they have to deal with maggots and faeces smell everywhere ever since the cleaning and collecting of buckets was suspended in October due to extortion gangs.
Many residents of Siyakhana have fled their homes for fear of their lives. On Wednesday night, several homes were petrol bombed by ‘maphara’.
Two cases of sexual assault involving three EFFSC leaders at UWC provoked students to march against gender-based violence on campus.
The genocide underway in Gaza signals the end of Zionist Israel and a time for the “global south” to Unite for Peace and to make urgent restitution to the Palestinians by immediate recognition of a single, democratic and secular state, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
The SAHRC inquiry into child health in the Eastern Cape found that between April 2021 and March 2022, 116 children died of severe acute malnutrition.
An uproar by opposition parties and activists on the appointment of corruption-accused Zondani by the Amathole District Municipality has fallen on deaf ears.
The protesters called for increased funding of public services, education and social grants from the finance minister before he delivered his medium-term budget policy statement.