As school admission issues continue to plague Thembelihle pupils, activists battle to place students three weeks after schools have reopened.
After months of vehement rhetoric and criticising the government, a subdued Julius Malema spoke in Lenasia recently.
Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale has waded into the Lenasia demolitions debacle, demanding the matter be dealt with in 72 hours.
If expelled ANC Youth League president Julius Malema is anything to go by, moderate is the new radical.
No further demolitions of illegally-built homes in Lenasia will take place until a solution is found.
Lenasia residents whose houses have been demolished must be compensated, Cosatu Gauteng has said, while Julius Malema will visit the area.
Civic Organisation Sanco has said it will rally to keep Tokyo Sexwale out of office because of his silence on the demolition of houses in Lenasia.
Lenasia Extension 13 residents say that they were duped into buying land by people claiming to be officials.
The High Court in Johannesburg has extended an order halting the demolition of houses in Lenasia Extension 13.
The Gauteng housing department will argue against an urgent interdict preventing the demolition of illegally erected houses in Lenasia.
A court order has halted the demolition of houses in Lenasia illegally erected on land owned by the City of Johannesburg.
Over 100 houses erected on land owned by the City of Jo'burg will continue to be demolished in Lenasia, the provincial housing department said.
Malema addressed disgruntled soldiers who were placed on special leave and used the opportunity to take a dig at Jacob Zuma and the ANC
The Gauteng education department are dragging their feet to get pupils living in Thembelihle into schools in Lenasia.
Thembelihle residents have joined forces with their Lenasia neighbours to continue the fight for better services, this time at the negotiating table.
Two men were rescued from a 50m radio tower in Lenasia on Thursday, after they climbed up to be "closer to Jesus" on Christmas day.
Soweto police have arrested three men who allegedly took turns raping a 17-year-old girl after robbing her family in Lenasia on Friday morning.
Television is a rare luxury for township residents in townships, but now the Township TV project has brought entertainment into their lives.