A newly released local film buoyed by an open approach to filmmaking takes on the complexities faced by the politically astute LGBTI community.
A centre employing only men has opened in Khayelitsha to address the needs of males uneasy about being seen at mixed-gender facilities.
Residents who were evicted in Khayelitsha say EFF members began lootings in the area, but the EFF denies this, blaming the Ses'Khona movement.
A Medecins Sans Frontieres project in Cape Town finds that sick people prefer being treated at facilities closer to home rather than in hospitals.
Somalians and Ethiopians living in Khayelitsha say that they are a target 24 hours a day, while young locals say that jealousy triggers the violence.
The police want to know why a mystery donor or foreign human rights group would fund the large legal costs of a man who had chosen a life of crime.
The recent spate of evictions in the Western Cape must make the right to housing ring hollow for those left homeless, writes Sandra Liebenberg.
Problems with policing in Khayelitsha include unanswered phones, no patrols and only an estimated 1% of cases resulting in convictions, says a report.
Police oversight should include matters such as how budgets are spent and not just how officers treat civilians, the Khayelitsha commission has heard.
A commission of inquiry has heard that police stations in Khayelitsha are still under-resourced, which is a factor for the performance of police.
A community-led renewal project is overhauling areas of the township, opening up space to thrive.
Mali Hoza says he never led the pro-police witdoeke, but he is still firmly anti-ANC.
New drugs are working on XDR-TB – but must be strictly controlled to prevent further resistance.
A damning report into policing in Khayelitsha was downplayed by one of its authors at the Khayelitsha commission of inquiry.
Suspended Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi wants to testify at the Khayelitsha commission following a relative's murder in the area.
The ANC has decided to roll up its sleeves and get its hands dirty in the fight for the Cape.
Religious leaders in Cape Town have taken a new approach to problems in Khayelitsha: they investigated locally instead of staging violent protests.
A banned march on the City of Cape Town has been called off after the City was granted a court order to stop it from taking place.
The inquiry into the township's policing is finally poised to get under way after a year of court battles.