Inequality in education is evident in the lack of laboratories for the teaching of science in poor schools.
Vendors that trade at central line stations say that the suspension of the railway service has negatively affected them.
With some help from the municipality, waste-pickers in Paarl have formed a co-operative to make themselves a living out of collecting material for recycling.
The Water Services Act 108 of 1997 provides for the right to a basic water supply and sanitation service but the lived experiences of women in informal settlements of Khayelitsha tell how just using the toilet can be dangerous.
The Kutlwanong ProMaths Centre achieved the improbable last year when all its Maths and Physical Science learners passed their matriculation exams.
October every year is breast cancer awareness month but public health services to treat it still fall short of need.
Support given to poor households is being taken away by the municipality’s insistence on the recovery of costs for services.
It has been six days since the occupiers of Arcadia Place were evicted and living on the streets outside the building in Observatory.
A lack of resources for teaching and learning of physical science remains one of the biggest challenges facing poor schools.