With the December holidays just around the corner, Nsfas has opened for 2024 bursary applications but students say it is too late.
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.
Two cases of sexual assault involving three EFFSC leaders at UWC provoked students to march against gender-based violence on campus.
Cape Town has not been able to find contractors willing to risk involvement in its construction projects in Delft.
Mandela Park Backyarders are adamant that the housing project should benefit their community while the City of Cape Town insists units will be allocated according to the housing waiting list.
Extortion is a trending crime that has impacted construction projects nationally. Cape Town is beefing up security and offering rewards for tip-offs.
Poor attendance on the first day of school was caused by a water outage in Khayelitsha.
The recent floods in Cape Town devastated informal settlements, particularly in low lying areas that ironically offers them security from forced removal since the land is not deemed habitable.
Cosatu and its affiliates commemorated the International Day of Decent Work, 6 October, with marches in urban centres around the country. Elitsha attended the actions in Cape Town, King William’s Town in the Eastern Cape, and Tshwane.
Communities along Cape Town’s central line complain of inadequate sanitation and access to water as the plan to relocate them stalls.