Many residents of Siyakhana have fled their homes for fear of their lives. On Wednesday night, several homes were petrol bombed by ‘maphara’.
Despite being badly affected by taxi related violence that prevented them from attending school, Khayelitsha matriculants are confident that they will succeed in their final exams.
Advocate Ayanda Gladile was described as someone who had dedicated his life to the struggle. A R100,000 has been offered for information leading to the arrest of his killer/s.
The Western Cape education department says that at the height of the strike, 852,259 learners stayed home from school in the province.
The taxi protest in the Western Cape has shuttered clinics at the same time as the number of people needing treatment for violent injury has spiked.
Local film festival recognises local talent.
The three-day festival is about showcasing local stories and talent.
The partial re-opening of the central line in Cape Town has brought a collective sigh of relief from commuters.
A calling to hear ancestral voices has got some learners suspended from school.
The department says it is doing its best to place learners who applied late.
The ongoing blockade of learner transport operators in Khayelitsha has resulted in over 13,000 learners missing school since Monday.
The Grade 12 learners at the school this year say they are feeling the pressure to beat the 70% pass rate achieved by the class of 2022.