With just over 7-million vaccines administered, physically disabled people feel that they have been left behind.
Workers in the Informal economy of Johannesburg say that the City has made things hard for them during lockdown.
The department of basic education in the Eastern Cape and nationally claims that Covid vaccination programme in the sector is going well.
As Covid-19 rages on with residents not adhering to preventive measures, unemployment and poverty continue to plague small farming towns around the country.
On day 378 of the national lockdown, Elitsha looks back at the past twelve months and the pictures we took.
Community health workers keep on delivering services to communities against many odds, while burdened by the loss of colleagues to Covid-19.
The end of January marks the end of the Social Relief of Distress grant of R350, disbursed by Sassa, but civil society organisations have called for an extension.
Long snaking queues are still the order of the day at the social security agency, Sassa, after 302 days of lockdown in South Africa.
To round off the year, here are just a few snippets of stories Elitsha overed this year.
Covid-19 and the lockdown has exacerbated poverty and inequalities in the rural areas of South Africa.
Suspended Truda Foods workers say they have been asking for a meeting with the company CEO as the local managers do not listen to their grievances.