Two years later: still no new toilets at Cofimvaba school

508 schools still without any sanitation in the Eastern Cape, says Equal Education

By Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik - 14 July 2020

Long queues for Covid-19 relief grants

Post Office urges people to wait for an SMS confirming funds are available

By Nokulunga Majola - 14 July 2020

How to access public mental health services

If you feel that you need help, reach out

By Enzo Sinisi - 14 July 2020

With no toilet, Wallacedene man has to watch over his mother-in-law while she uses a field

City of Cape Town says it recently delivered chemical toilets and standpipes will soon be installed

By Vincent Lali - 14 July 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 109: Cape of Storms

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 13 July 2020

“Mfuleni residents are tired of seeing the City relocate residents from other townships”

City has condemned the occupation of its Bosasa housing project

By Vincent Lali - 13 July 2020

Midvaal occupation is no race war, say landowners

“The Elandsfontein landowners are a diverse group of people from all race groups”

By Kimberly Mutandiro - 13 July 2020

Overcrowded Bobani Village will soon get toilets

Some residents fear 846 communal toilets won’t be enough for over 3,000 shacks

By Thamsanqa Mbovane - 13 July 2020

Cape storm leaves hundreds without “toilets”

“Flood victims now shit in buckets inside their shacks and empty them into the dam. I do the same.”

By Vincent Lali - 13 July 2020

“Empty promises by housing officials” trigger protests in Despatch

“It is easy for this government to shoot at us when we protest. But it is difficult to give us the houses we were promised since 2015”

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 13 July 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 108: Fetching water

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 12 July 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 107: “We love Khayelitsha”

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 11 July 2020

Homes demolished as storm hits Cape Town

Five shacks in Vrygrond were demolished on a rainy Thursday afternoon

By Lucas Nowicki - 11 July 2020

In photos: Storm causes flooding in Cape Town

The City’s Disaster Risk Management says flood kits, sand and milling will be provided to affected informal settlements

By Peter Luhanga and Buziwe Nocuze - 10 July 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 106: Floods in the wetland settlements

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 10 July 2020

How Ladles of Love makes millions of meals during lockdown

The organisation needs donations to continue coming in

By Ashraf Hendricks - 10 July 2020