Concourt to rule on access to books for blind people

Hundreds march in support of amendments to the Copyright Act that will improve access to published works for blind and visually impaired people

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News | 12 May 2022

Pikitup, the pastor and the lost recycling depot

No sign of depot launched by Joyline Josamu

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News | 11 May 2022

Video: Bara Hospital fails patients

Part five in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 28 April 2022

Soweto residents block roads in electricity protest

Protesters demand that City Power restore the power supply, after a 13 day outage

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Brief | 26 April 2022

Court battle over whether you have to pay to protest

Right2Know versus City of Johannesburg case will be heard next week

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Law | 22 April 2022

Diepsloot business owners take on Gauteng Premier

New Act to invigorate the township economy won’t make a difference if basic services are not improved, business owners tell David Makhura

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News | 13 April 2022

Zimbabweans live in fear of vigilantes in Diepsloot

Meanwhile police conduct searches for undocumented immigrants

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News | 11 April 2022

Not much sign of “houses, security and comfort” where the Freedom Charter was signed

Behind Walter Sisulu Square are crumbling houses and crowded informal settlements

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Feature | 5 April 2022

City-run hostel has been hijacked by criminals

City of Johannesburg blames the deplorable state of the building on frequent incidents of vandalism and theft

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News | 29 March 2022

Protest against xenophobia goes ahead after court overturns ban

Marchers call for Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi to step down

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News | 26 March 2022

Eviction orders not in line with Constitution, says legal organisation

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute says that Johannesburg’s Central Magistrate’s Court is often not applying the relevant laws

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Law | 25 March 2022

PRASA has let Johannesburg train stations crumble into ruins

“Without a functioning train service, we are trapped here,” says Kliptown resident

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News | 17 March 2022

Labour Court dismisses challenge to Covid vaccination policy

Case provides clarity on when a company vaccination policy will be lawful

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Law | 15 March 2022

Children of immigrants excluded from tertiary education

Many young people who have grown up in South Africa miss out on university because bursary schemes are for citizens and permanent residents only

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News | 15 March 2022

Doctors picket outside crisis-ridden hospital

More than 800 posts to be scrapped at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital

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News | 10 March 2022