Diepsloot residents are troubled by uncollected rubbish and its potential impact on their health.
Sections of marginalised communities are denied access to healthcare in KZN.
Residents say the local government has been promising to have the roads fixed since 2010.
Staff shortages, staff attitudes, extended waiting times and medicine stockouts are crippling health services in the province.
Workers at Transnet are demanding a 13,5% increase while the employer is offering 3%.
Workers in twelve major centres around the country marched for decent and improved working conditions.
Despite all the evidence and the turnaround in the HIV/AIDS epidemic since the rollout of ARV therapy, Mbeki still doubts the cause of AIDS.
“Things will never be the same ever again,” said one trader who lost everything in the June fire.
Diepkloof residents have vowed to continue their blockade of highways until Eskom engages them.
Roads in Cosmo City make travel by car treacherous and residents say nothing has ever been done to repair them.