Only one of the Early Childhood Development centres in Dunoon, Cape Town is formally registered, says Councillor Meisie Makuwa.
Dunoon matrics piled on the distinctions despite studying in a loud and tough environment in Cape Town’s crowded settlement.
Baithuti Shasha uses a wheelchair but he struggles to navigate the streets that are riddled with potholes and often covered in sewage.
A year after initial promises, 1 500 families in Dunoon still await relocation, with government’s missed deadlines blamed.
Like thousands of South Africans, warehouse packer and father of three, Lusindiso Malgas lost his job due the COVID-19 pandemic.