Children at 49% of these schools have no sanitation facilities or totally inadequate ones
Transgender people will face further stigma if they are told they can't use the lavatory
A video taken inside the Cape Town prison shows the poor state of basic facilities such as toilets and showers.
Mvula Trust is in the spotlight after giving a R21m sanitation contract to an employee’s husband.
Despite a R60-million budget, employing 900 janitors for 160 communities and servicing 11 000 toilets, poor planning has failed the city.
The City of Cape Town has spent over R13-million repairing stolen or vandalised flush toilets and standpipes in the past six months.
More than 100 pupils have to share a single toilet at over half of the high schools in Tembisa, found nongovernmental organisation Equal Education.
Why do miners strike? The M&G spoke to residents of a township near Gold Fields, who live without electricity and proper toilets.
The Western Cape has become a battleground over open toilets.
The department of human settlements has criticised five people who were arrested for dumping human waste at Cape Town International Airport.
So everyone wants flush toilets linked to a drainage system. Does anyone know whether there is a budget for this; what, indeed, would it cost?
Eben Venter was raised on a sheep farm, which might add a frisson to his latest novel ?Wolf, Wolf.
The South African Human Rights Commission has expressed satisfaction with the enclosing of toilets in Rammulotsi, Free State.
On World Toilet Day, we take a look at the state of public facilities, from the humblest latrines to the most opulent thrones.
The City of Cape Town is committed to doing all it can to make Cape Town caring, safe and inclusive.
Cape Town is revising a pioneering programme that was meant to maintain and keep toilets clean and provide jobs.
Gauteng's second-best municipality seems to have a grip on things, but service delivery still falls short, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
The popularity of saniters has as much to do with health as fashion and the jury is out over their efficacy, writes Laura Barton.