The water tariffs that kicked in on the 1st of July are seen as an attack on the poor by activists.
On Mandela Day, the Treatment Action Campaign protested at Khayelitsha District Hospital demanding better services
Recent bus fare increases by Golden Arrow Bus Services in Cape Town add to the burdens that workers and their families are expected to carry.
Health NGOs support the NHI bill, with some reservations, while private healthcare sounds disappointed.
The physical and inhumane separation of children from their families by US authorities has received harsh criticism around the world but a closer look at South Africa’s refugee laws show that they have the same result.
Described as a ticking time bomb by analysts, youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems facing the country. We went to find the faces behind the statistics.
School security remains one of the biggest problems in the Western Cape. Four primary schools were robbed at gunpoint during the month of May. The Western Cape Education Department has put up R10,000 reward for information leading to the arrests ,of culprits. School principals and Equal Education believe the reward does not address the problem of school safety.