SABC News - Service delivery protests


Residents are calling on government to implement better toilet systems.
Britstown residents call for better sanitation

Friday 30 May 2014 09:33

Brits town residents in the Northern Cape say there is still no development in their area despite having voted during last month's general elections.


The residents have blockaded roads with stones, burning tyres and other objects.
N West village protests disrupt schooling

Tuesday 6 May 2014 12:00

Lessons at various schools at Khunotswane village near Zeerust have been disrupted as residents continue with service delivery protests.


President Jacob Zuma also took issue with the Sanco for not doing enough to prevent service delivery protests.
Zuma calls for discipline, unity in tripartite alliance

Sunday 13 April 2014 19:57

President Jacob Zuma has called for discipline and unity in the tripartite alliance


Residents in Bloemhof this week intensified violent protests, demanding the dissolution of the municipality.
Service delivery under the microscope

Friday 11 April 2014 14:55

An overview of service delivery protests in South Africa, juxtaposed against household service delivery figures from Statistics South Africa.


President Jacob Zuma speaking during his State of the Nation Address.
Service delivery protests not just about failures: Zuma

Thursday 13 February 2014 20:53

President Jacob Zuma says service delivery protests are not simply the result of failures of government but also of its success in delivering basic services.  


EFF, Mooiplaas march off to a shaky start

Thursday 7 November 2013 12:45

The Mooiplaas community march to the Union Buildings in Pretoria is off to a rocky start. This after a member of Agang SA was pushed and shoved by members of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).


Minister in bid to defuse tensions in Bekkersdal

Sunday 3 November 2013 12:44

Minister Lechesa Tsenoli is expected to meet Bekkersdal residents' representatives and the Westonaria local municipality on Sunday.


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