Nov 14, 2021 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Rosalia Guvamombe The case of open lands is worrisome to nearby houses in Glenwood Park, Epworth. The land was invaded by construction trucks digging pit-sand for sale thereby causing very wide pits which...

Dec 11, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa Having a home is what is what many people want to have the challenge is if one is unemployed can’t buy nor build a house nor rent a place to stay...

Dec 11, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa Informal settlements are the results of human settlement department backlog because many people registered in 1996 to get a house as promised by government but many of the people who registered...

Apr 28, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Njabulo Togane in Pietermaritzburg The Covid 19 pandemic came unexpectedly to all of us. It meant drastic measures needed to be taken and that essential services to communities such as water needed to...

Apr 20, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by Rapule Moiloa…The lock down is meant for people to maintain social distance but not for the people whose homes were demolished by the City of Joburg in Kokotela informal settlemen, on Wednesday 15...

Apr 17, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

by a Concerned Resident…The end of lock down episode 1 did not end smoothly for many people in the city of Joburg with claims that people have occupied land illegally in the South of...

Apr 8, 2020 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

Since the enforcement of lockdown has begun things have been very difficult especially when it comes to maintaining social distance. It’s been difficult for us to comply with at home because we are living...

Aug 5, 2019 info@ubumbanovoice.co.za

By Simon Vilakazi The triple challenges (homelessness, unemployment & poverty) faced by Cape Town poor people put them in a dire situation. This has become so because Cape Town City Council (CCC) is adding...

Vandalized Rdp houses

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Dec 11, 2020

by Rapule Moiloa Having a home is what is what many people want to have the challenge is if one is unemployed can’t buy nor build a house nor rent a place to stay because of unemployment, but to register with the department of human settlement in order to...

Living dangerously

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Dec 11, 2020

by Rapule Moiloa Informal settlements are the results of human settlement department backlog because many people registered in 1996 to get a house as promised by government but many of the people who registered for a Rdp house have not been allocated. The backlog will never end for many...

Provision of care for homeless people a welcome move

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Apr 28, 2020

by Njabulo Togane in Pietermaritzburg The Covid 19 pandemic came unexpectedly to all of us. It meant drastic measures needed to be taken and that essential services to communities such as water needed to delivered to ensure that the spread of the virus is curtailed. The quick establishment of...

Demolition of houses undermines lockdown efforts

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Apr 20, 2020

by Rapule Moiloa…The lock down is meant for people to maintain social distance but not for the people whose homes were demolished by the City of Joburg in Kokotela informal settlemen, on Wednesday 15 April 2020. This undermined the very essence of lockdown as these people cannot maintain social...

Heartless demolitions of houses in Joburg

  • By info@ubumbanovoice.co.za
  • Apr 17, 2020

by a Concerned Resident…The end of lock down episode 1 did not end smoothly for many people in the city of Joburg with claims that people have occupied land illegally in the South of Joburg in Lawley. Sadly this is happening when we are facing a serious life threatening...

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