Residents of Cosmo City say they have contended with overflowing sewage for the last 4 years.
The TAC says they want to be part of the solution to save public healthcare in Gauteng from collapse.
The prolonged closure of Charlotte Maxeke Hospital during a pandemic has pushed the healthcare system closer to collapse.
Workers in the Informal economy of Johannesburg say that the City has made things hard for them during lockdown.
Walter Sisulu University management has claimed poverty as a reason for not attending to student complaints and demands for improved conditions in the university’s residences.
The South African Communist Party in East London took to the streets to demand accountable allocation of houses in Duncan Village and the need for the City to prioritize service delivery in the area.
Accommodation problems at some institutions of higher learning in Eastern Cape have affected learning and teaching.
Teaching and learning has been badly affected by the lack of accommodation at the East London campus of Fort Hare University, while living conditions for students at the main campus in Alice are just as bad.
Lack of resources especially for science remains one of the biggest challenges in providing quality education in township and rural schools in the Eastern Cape and throughout the country.
The Eastern Cape fared poorly in the 2017 matric results and the lack of especially mathematics teachers is cited as one of the reasons. Only 42% of the province’s pupils who wrote pure maths passed the subject.