ARTICLES RELATING TO SERVICE DELIVERY

eNCA reporter attacked in Meyerton protest

2016-07-22 15:21

An eNCA journalist has been attacked during a service delivery protest in Meyerton, the broadcaster says.

Parties always make promises then they disappear - Marikana residents

2016-07-22 09:14

Residents in the mining town of Marikana say they have seen and heard it all from politicians trying to woo them for their votes whenever election season comes around.

Better management, more services - Polokwane mayor

2016-07-16 14:07

Improving its financial affairs has meant the Polokwane local municipality has been able to deliver services to its residents, mayor Thembisile Nkadimeng says.

Johannesburg facing 'a moving target' in fight against poverty - mayor

2016-07-06 17:45

Johannesburg mayor Parks Tau has pledged to assist the poor as migration into the city continues.

61% of Gauteng residents think SA going in the wrong direction

2016-06-28 19:38

The number of Gauteng residents satisfied with their local municipalities has declined since 2013, according to the 2015 Gauteng Quality of Life survey.

Joburg leads in delivering basic services - report

2016-06-23 06:05

Johannesburg is the country’s leading city in providing basic services, according to a report released on Wednesday.

Businessman counts cost of Durban protest

2016-06-07 20:33

A small business owner is counting the cost of a day-long pre-election protest which saw crowds of people burning several high-end cars in Sea Cow Lake in Durban.

Zuma to visit Mpuma district to check on service delivery

2016-06-07 14:52

President Jacob Zuma is expected to visit the Thembisile Hani local municipality in Mpumalanga to check on service delivery.

R47m spent to service empty govt buildings, MPs told

2016-05-30 20:09

Over R47m a year is spent on rates and taxes for unused government buildings around the country, Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi has told MPs.

SABC will no longer broadcast destruction of public property

2016-05-27 10:42

The SABC says it will no longer broadcast footage of people destroying public property during protests as this will encourage other communities to do the same.

 

Our forefathers fought for this land but this government took it from us - Marikana bus driver

2016-07-22 09:57

William Legale, 64, of Marikana says he is disappointed that the government hasn't done more for locals to ensure that they too benefit from the land.

Meet Sandton's squatting jobless

2016-07-20 09:02

A little way down the road from the richest square mile in Africa, where millions are made and traded, smoke, rubbish and makeshift tents crowd a park in the heart of Sandton's Parkmore suburb.

'All lies and empty promises' - Oudtshoorn resident

2016-07-13 10:04

A popular joke among Oudtshoorn ratepayers is that anyone found to be driving straight on the local roads will be arrested for drunken driving.

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WATCH: Vote for what? ask bleak Thomson residents

A few residents of Thomson informal settlement do not plan to vote. Find out why.

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Zuma proud of 'mega' housing project in KZN

2016-06-23 17:55

President Jacob Zuma has given a “mega” housing project in Pietermaritzburg his stamp of approval.

Where do South Africa's richest and poorest residents live?

2016-06-07 21:08

The Eastern Cape’s Alfred Nzo district municipality has the poorest residents in the country, while Johannesburg has the richest, according to an SAIRR study.

Municipalities with highest and lowest vacancy rate

2016-06-07 17:59

The total vacancy rates at municipalities was more than 13% in 2015, which had a negative impact on local governments’ ability to deliver critical services, says Stats SA.

Access to sanitation has increased significantly - StatsSA

2016-06-02 17:54

Access to standard sanitation has increased significantly - from 62.3% in 2002, to 80% in 2015 - according to the General Household Survey, released by Stats SA.

Fear still keeping Vuwani schools closed

2016-05-30 18:35

Children in Vuwani are still losing out on school lessons, as the area is still not totally stable following violent protests, the education department says.

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WATCH: News24 journalist reports from violent Hammanskraal hotbed

Karabo Ngoepe reports from the site of heated protests in Hammanskraal, Pretoria where community leaders met to call for calm the day after two people were killed.

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