The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) will be back again on Monday in the Alexandra township, north of Johannesburg to continue its probe into the violent protests that erupted in the run-up to the general elections.
Graves and tombstones are sinking into raw sewage in squalid Alexandra Township, north of Joburg. Trees have also fallen on the graves causing damage.
A jovial mood has broken out in the streets of Alexandra, as the closing time for the voters draws near. Voting has gone fairly smoothly in the township, north of Johannesburg.
Some residents of Alexandra north of Johannesburg have boycotted the polls due to what they say is government’s failure to deliver basic services such as water and sanitation to their area.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) and the Office of the Public Protector will on Friday morning visit Alexandra township north of Johannesburg following last month’s protests.
African National Congress (ANC) head of elections in Gauteng, Lebogang Maile says there’s a misconception that R1.3-billion was set aside for the Alexandra Renewal Project.
Sanef is concerned by the attempted hijacking and robbery of an SABC news crew yesterday covering a story in Alexandra Township north of Johannesburg.
The Congress of the People (COPE) has conceded that the coalition government in Johannesburg has failed the people of Alexandra in the three years that they have been in power.
The Human Rights Commission in Gauteng will convene an inquiry next Thursday to find a solution to the issues plaguing residents at the Alexandra township north of Johannesburg.
Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane has appealed to communities that are embarking on violent protests to ensure that they use the May elections to bring change in their areas.