Early childhood development: hundreds of centres are still waiting for their Covid money

More than 1,700 have not yet been paid out in the Western Cape alone

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Brief | 11 May 2022

The Prosperous Platinum City’s ruined taxi rank

More than 200 taxis use this Madibeng rank daily, but it has only one toilet

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Brief | 11 May 2022

Broken bureaucracy violating prisoners’ rights

Sifiso Tembe may or may not be guilty. But he has definitely not been given a fair trial process

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News | 10 May 2022

Waste plastic could beat coal as an energy source

We can eliminate this toxic pollutant - and make it profitable

Neil Stacey, James Fox, Klaus Moller, Diane Hildebrandt, David Glasser, and Celestin Sempuga

Science | 10 May 2022

Fresh air and better houses are weapons in the fight against TB

The disease has been rare in rich countries for 50 years, and one reason is decent housing

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Science | 10 May 2022

Court summons Education MEC over special needs school

MEC failed to comply with previous court ruling, says Judge

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Brief | 10 May 2022

This vaccine could save tens of thousands of South African lives each year, but we’ll only see it in 2030

Vaccines against TB are much slower to develop than Covid ones

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Science | 9 May 2022

Anglo’s new hydrogen vehicle: bad engineering, good marketing

An astonishingly expensive process for turning electricity into less electricity

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Science | 9 May 2022

Slain Durban activist knew she was in danger

Nokuthula Mabaso was killed in front of her children

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News | 9 May 2022

Video: Where others see trash, Anna and Harriet see treasure

Two entrepreneurs have been running a successful waste recycling business for over a decade

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Video | 9 May 2022

Vegetable garden project brings hope to Knysna community

“Children and gardens both need love to flourish”

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Feature | 9 May 2022

Farm workers demand urgent ban on 67 pesticides

Women on farms say that pesticide exposure is making them sick

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News | 6 May 2022

Young people have to choose between eating and looking for work, survey finds

The cost of looking for employment is too high, say researchers

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News | 6 May 2022

Diarrhoea cases in children surge in Cape Town

This spike comes after several years of improvement. A public health expert is worried that sewage spills might be the cause

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Feature | 6 May 2022

Mom entitled to take ex-husband’s pension money for maintenance, says judge

Johannesburg High Court rules that mother did not have to give notice before taking money for maintenance arrears

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Law | 6 May 2022

Judge blocks mine expansion

Licence to extend the Somkhele mine set aside

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Law | 5 May 2022