Tenants’ long wait for home ownership comes to an end this year

City of Cape Town promises to scrap tenants’ debt to help with sale process

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News | 28 January 2022

Parliament’s botched digitisation may mean millions of precious documents were lost in the fire

Many scanned documents are impossible to read

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Feature | 28 January 2022

POPI Act: confessions of a convert

This new law will ensure that information about us is kept where it belongs but it is being widely misinterpreted

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Opinion | 28 January 2022

Nurses robbed during security guard strike

Cellphones and car keys stolen as guards continue to strike for back pay

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Brief | 27 January 2022

Striking Clover workers march through Sandton and picket at Israeli trade office

Police are investigating the death of a security guard during the strike

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News | 27 January 2022

Hundreds of people conned out of R800 in jobs-for-cash scam

Police claim to be investigating but complaint was lodged over a month ago

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News | 27 January 2022

Why the “war” against bacteria is the wrong strategy

Part two in a series on antibiotic resistance

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Science | 27 January 2022

Shack dwellers build ward councillor an office

“We want to be served closer to where we live” says resident

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Brief | 27 January 2022

100 people, two ruined toilets, and “no-one cares”

Diepsloot residents say they’ve lost hope

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News | 27 January 2022

Patients turned away from clinics as security guards strike over late pay

Eastern Cape health department has only paid Silver Solutions Security up to October

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Brief | 26 January 2022

Families still without water as second pipe bursts in Cape Town township

Residents of New Beginning have to beg for water from neighbouring Bardale

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News | 26 January 2022

Activists lobby President to make Covid grant permanent

Following a meeting with organisations last week, the presidency acknowledged the impact the grant has had in reducing poverty and hunger

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News | 26 January 2022

Parents say education department botched the merger of two KZN schools

When learners and staff arrived at the new school last Wednesday, they were sent them back to their old school

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News | 26 January 2022

Dunoon matrics beat the odds

Piles of distinctions for learners from crowded Cape Town settlement

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Feature | 26 January 2022

Dismissal of employee who refused to get vaccinated was fair, rules CCMA

Employee “refused to participate in the creation of a safe working environment”

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News | 26 January 2022

Living with Covid - The pandemic has changed and so must our approach to it

How vaccination nudges our immune systems

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Science | 26 January 2022