Capetonians who voted for the Economic Freedom Fighters have mixed feelings about the performance of Julius Malema during his first week in parliament.
Pharie Sefali and Johnnie Isaac
News | 24 June 2014
Cosatu in the Western Cape has called off its planned strike against Metrorail fare increases on train services in the province. Last week, Cosatu had said the strike was imminent following the breakdown of talks between the trade union federation and Metrorail Western Cape.
Brief | 23 June 2014
Thousands of Western Cape Metrorail commuters could be left stranded following an announcement of a strike pending by the Congress of South African Trade Unions.
News | 20 June 2014
The Khayelitsha pastor accused of rape has been granted bail at the Khayelitsha Magistrate's Court.
News | 17 June 2014
Themba Mathibela will learn tomorrow if he has been granted bail. The Khayelitsha pastor is charged with rape.
News | 16 June 2014
The Khayelitsha pastor accused of rape preyed on needy and vulnerable members of his congregation, the court heard during the bail hearing of Pastor Themba Mathibela.
News | 10 June 2014
Calm has returned at Ocean View following violent protests, which erupted on Thursday over the Mountain View Housing Project.
Brief | 2 June 2014
There were scuffles at the Khayelitsha Magistrates Court on Thursday as members of the public refused to leave the bail hearing of Themba Dumisani Mathibela, the pastor of Living Word Tabernacle Church, who is accused of rape.
News | 31 May 2014
Supporters and accusers of a pastor accused of rape demonstrated outside the Khayelitsha Magistrates Court during his bail hearing yesterday.
News | 27 May 2014
Two men suspected of ATM fraud were severely beaten and stoned in a mob attack at the taxi rank in Mfuleni on Wednesday afternoon.
News | 22 May 2014
GroundUp witnessed ANC officials handing out t-shirts to people waiting to vote in Mfuleni. This happened at several polling stations. ANC officials actively canvassed voters to support the ANC.
Brief | 7 May 2014
An Independent Electoral Commission official working at the ward 108 voting tent in Mfuleni has been dismissed after disappearing for more than an hour without reporting.
Brief | 7 May 2014
Programming returned to normal at Khayelitsha’s Radio Zibonele Community Station on Sunday following two days of disruptions due to a strike by the majority of the station's staff.
News | 5 May 2014
Following a campaign in Constantia earlier this week, the Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement took their protest against portable toilets to Bishopscourt today.
Johnnie Isaac and Nathan Geffen
Feature | 30 April 2014
Residents of Enkanini informal settlement in Khayelitsha say they have taken it upon themselves to deal with thugs that are terrorising the community.
News | 14 April 2014
Dream homes have become nightmares for several residents of a government-housing development known as Fountainhead. Situated in Blue Downs the development is a joint partnership of the Western Cape Department of Human Settlements and Motlekar Cape.
Feature | 31 March 2014