Five years after a clean-up was launched there is progress, but not everywhere
Feature | 3 March 2016
Community leaders say they didn’t authorise shop
News | 29 February 2016
Education Department says it has found no evidence to support past allegations
News | 24 February 2016
Khayelitsha Schools benefit from having own food gardens
News | 16 February 2016
Here’s why the trains are delayed every day
News | 11 February 2016
Shortage of space in Grade R
News | 10 February 2016
A Rastafarian teenager has returned to school after three weeks
News | 9 February 2016
This year's tournament got underway on Saturday
News | 2 February 2016
Zukisa August ambushed on his way home from work
News | 1 February 2016
Illegal dumping costs Cape Town R350 million a year
News | 28 January 2016
The informal settlement's toilets are overflowing and unusable.
News | 15 January 2016
Yesterday's fires left more than a hundred Capetonians homeless.
News | 13 January 2016
As the festive season approaches, many poor families are visiting moneylenders for help in the endless challenge of making ends meet. Some will give up their IDs and even bank cards.
News | 17 December 2015
After four nights sleeping in the open, families in Military Heights informal settlement near Lavender Hill have started rebuilding the homes destroyed by a fire last weekend. Some were robbed by gangsters as they tried to salvage their belongings after the fire.
Brief | 10 December 2015
Residents of Endlovini — who protested three weeks ago at what they described as the empty promises of ward councillor Anele Gabuza and the City of Cape Town — might have their demands met.
Brief | 7 December 2015
The City of Cape Town will, from 10 December until Christmas Eve, step up safety checks on buses departing to the Eastern Cape. But some bus drivers are annoyed by the inconvenience this causes at the busiest time of the year.
Siyavuya Khaya and GroundUp staff
News | 7 December 2015