The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra performed its first concert in front of an audience since the start of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Grant beneficiaries have to wait for hours in long queues, and spend more of their grants on travelling
Demand often exceeds supply as infrastructure crumbles.
The rural school in Limpopo only has two brick classrooms, five mobile classrooms and a zinc sheet classroom for 353 learners
Motorcade promotes Covid vaccination in Nelson Mandela Bay
The protest follows the death of 12-year-old Kaitlyn Pillay. An education expert, however, warns of a ‘dire’ cost to children should schools be closed.
Representations by Frederick Mhangazo’s defence team convince State to drop case
The RebuildSA Facebook group was created on Tuesday
“The increase in numbers shows how much people are struggling out there.”
“We’ve been using vaccines for years. I don’t understand why people are afraid of this vaccine” says Soweto pensioner.
Official statistics show no Gauteng officers have been disciplined for violent offences since 2016
Although people arrived from as early as 4:30 vaccinations only started at about noon
Truda Foods has appointed more supervisors
‘It is clearer than ever that the occupation is not temporary, and there is not the political will in the Israeli government to bring about its end.’
Baithuti Shasha uses a wheelchair but he struggles to navigate the streets that are riddled with potholes and often covered in sewage.
The Eastern Cape Department of Health says it’s boosting efforts to register people for the COVID-19 vaccine who are homeless and over 60.
Six men who were arrested during violent protests by taxi drivers in Gqeberha last week have been granted R500 bail each.
Shayne Taliona is one of about 30 people who now live at 2 Willow Road in divided rooms in the dilapidated circus school building.
Traders at one of Johannesburg’s oldest markets, Kwa Mai Mai, accuse the Johannesburg Property Company of mismanaging the market.
Parents shut down Buffalo City Inner City Primary School over what they claim is an inflated lease agreement for an unsuitable property.
Parents say that despite demands for the Bhekuximba principal’s removal in 2019, he’s still been managing the school remotely.
People set aside R10 to R20 from their child support and COVID-19 relief grants to buy the pipes and local plumbers did the work for free.
Debbie Muir worries that her daughter, Immy, who has autism, will have to move schools next year if an amendment proposed by SARS is passed.
Refugee Azuri Muhuli uses his art to to demonstrate the xenophobic violence experienced by immigrants, specifically recent attacks in KZN.