After a bill that amounted to R581 765,50 went viral on social media, DJ Sbu says that he would rather invest in cryptocurrency.
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu during a departmental budget speech said the growth of informal settlements in South Africa will be reviewed.
There will be few draft laws as divisive as the Gauteng Township Economy Bill – but are these proposals in the national interest, or merely xenophobic?
The 8.6 million electrification project started in 2017. Eskom will celebrate the electrification of 190 households in Smokedown on Friday.
The office of the Gauteng Premier has confirmed that the new ‘Township Bill’, if approved, will limit where foreign nationals can set-up a business.
Johannes Abrahams and Merileen Moses first built speed bumps outside their house three years ago, after their daughter was hit by a car.
‘We were hoping that the City will come and collect the rubbish since we have already collected it’ – Crossroads community leader
Four people have been treated for minor injuries following the KwaMashu fire on Monday 15 June. No fatalities were reported.
KwaNobuhle residents have been complaining about leaks for two years, they say.
Yebo Fresh is a community-driven and technology-enabled shopping service that saves its customers time, money and hassle by delivering essential groceries at affordable prices.
The Democratic Alliance believe Lebogang Maile’s failure to respond to all of the SAHRC’s questions in the Alexandra inquiry is unethical.
The South African Human Rights Commission has been told that a monsterous amount of money is required to turn Alexandra into a liveable settlement.
The situation has been described as “a time bomb waiting to explode”.
The Khayelitsha fire has displaced hundreds of animals across the township, as Flexi’s controversial story reflects the need for honesty and communication.
Strong winds contributed to the rapid spread of the Khayelitsha shack fire, which displaced 4 000 residents. But you can help them out here…
“Spaza shop owners have started a biological war with their fake and expired food,” says disgruntled community member.
Google has made South Africans very upset…
This UK based student plan is now being used in South Africa to potentially help thousands over the years. We took a look to see what’s going on.
Vlogger Nas Daily had heard many horror stories about South African settlements. When he came to investigate, kindness was the thing most likely to kill him
Cuts won’t affect households who get their water from standpipes anyway
The company’s strategy boss says regulation is welcome. But why hasn’t government done so?
What is with this language, Fikile?
The lost art of conversation is helping township residents network with entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs in Khayelitsha are providing an authentic experience for curious visitors
Your stand-offish British politeness won’t go very far when you land here. Dive into a bunny chow, catch a taxi and enjoy every second in beautiful South Africa.