The number of households that use bucket toilets rose by 10% between 2012 and 2013. Which municipalities haven't managed to eradicate this system?
The presidency's budget will look at ensuring competent public services, better communication with the public and increased planning and monitoring.
A frail-looking President Jacob Zuma delivered his State of the Nation Address, promising to improve the struggling economy and creating more jobs.
No more scandals, ANC provincial leaders were told this week.
The majority of voters in the platinum belt say the Marikana massacre has affected their support for the ANC. They are 'voting for change'.
We visited the Mayixhale family in the Eastern Cape in 2004 and 2009 to find out how life has progressed between elections. This is their 2014 story.
While the Eastern Cape is a key ANC stronghold, it is also the place to form a breakaway party. How will its people vote in this year's elections?
What solutions have decision-makers put forward to the twin challenges of water scarcity and persistent electricity crises, asks Shanaaz Nel.
Spending on catchment areas provides solutions to the problems of water supply and demand, write Kristal Maze and Leonie Joubert.
In many cases, the lack of basic services comes down to government's poor management of money.
The implementation of a ministerial report from a year ago could have saved lives in Mothotlung by averting the fatal protests over water delivery.
The tragedy of Brits's lack of access to clean water is that people had to die before anyone took any notice.
CPSI honours institutions which are innovative in service delivery.
CPSI honours innovation in service delivery.
An opinion piece by Sbusiso Kumalo, head of corporate affairs at Capitec bank.
Lack of service delivery in Durban Deep, Johannesburg, has not only affected people, but the animals at the Claw shelter too.
Furious Soweto residents have vowed to make the township ungovernable until the Premier of Gauteng addresses them on poor service delivery.
A two-year fight to get a working janitorial system in Khayelitsha is set to go to court next week if the final letter of demand is ignored.