service delivery

Poor service delivery leaves Collegians “homeless”

By Anees Teladia It is no secret that many citizens in Cape Town are of the opinion that sporting complexes and facilities in some poorer communities are inadequately maintained and protected. The difficulties faced by the well known Collegians Rugby Club have been put under the spotlight after complaints that[…]

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Cape service delivery protests – the latest

By Anees Teladia If concerns over safety of the consumption of the water supply in Cape Town weren’t enough for the City administration to address, they will certainly have to sink or swim when dealing with the urgent concerns raised by several communities regarding the high water tariffs imposed upon[…]

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Metrorail operating at 52 per cent

Metrorail has voiced concern over recent fires and vandalism of its train carriages that has left the rail service operating at 52 per cent capacity, severely impacting service delivery for the already embattled rail network. In the latest incident at the weekend, the City’s Fire and Rescue Services responded to[…]

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#SiqaloProtest: MP residents case postponed to August

The case against seven Mitchells Plain residents involved in protest action in Highlands Drive, Mitchells Plain, has been postponed to August 30, 2018. They appeared in the Mitchells Plain Magistrate court on Monday. Eight residents have been charged for public violence after they participated in protest action on May 2.[…]

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Service delivery protest creates chaos in Pelican park

By Loushe Jordaan Grievances over alleged poor services and housing sparked a violent protest by residents from Phumlani Village in Pelican Park on Wednesday morning, disrupting traffic and forcing some parents to keep their children at home. Police members have been deployed to the Pelican Park area to maintain law[…]

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