Buffalo City residents march on municipality with long list of broken services

Billing errors, overflowing sewage, pothole-ridden roads - these are just some of the complaints

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Brief | 7 March 2022

Municipal officials accused of complicity in land grab

Buffalo City denies it but has launched a probe

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News | 3 February 2022

Duncan Village residents chase away government officials

Residents upset that officials were accompanied by people affiliated to the ward councillor who they say has neglected them

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News | 22 September 2021

Banking glitch triggers health workers’ strike in Eastern Cape

Department of Health promises employees will get salary within hours

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Brief | 17 September 2021

PRASA blames Covid-19 and vandalism for collapsing East London train service

Some stations GroundUp visited were derelict

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News | 7 September 2021

Poor policing blamed as vigilantes face justice in Mdantsane

Four members of a local anti-crime forum in court on several charges, including murder

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Brief | 3 September 2021

Mdantsane residents come out in support of vigilantism accused

March in support of members of an anti-crime forum charged with murdering a security guard

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News | 31 August 2021

Woman dies after waiting seven hours for ambulance in East London

Health department says the service is under extreme pressure due to increases in Covid-19 infections. But apparently only 300 of its 440 ambulances are operational

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News | 30 August 2021

Prisoners accuse government of parole delays

While Correctional Services denies there is a backlog, the Judicial Inspectorate says there is a problem

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News | 26 August 2021

East London residents say they live in filth

Rubbish strewn and sewage flooded streets are a daily curse in Duncan Village

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Brief | 18 June 2021

Parents shut down school over inflated rent

Governing body says R138k per month building is unsuitable for schooling

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News | 3 June 2021

Lottery spends millions fighting former employees

The National Lotteries Commission has already spent R5.7 million in only one of its legal battles

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Brief | 28 April 2021

More than 500 learners not placed in schools in Buffalo City

Department has cut the school transport budget

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Brief | 11 March 2021

Learners doorstop Eastern Cape Premier and MEC to complain about school conditions

Mabuyane promises to make sure officials are sent to the schools to assess the problems

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News | 24 February 2021

Community health workers disrupt clinics in Eastern Cape

They have been demanding to be made permanent for years

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News | 18 February 2021