Lockdown in pictures - Day 132: Winter chill

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 5 August 2020

R300,000 lotto grant for school comes to naught because of criminals

“They only left stumps of goalposts,” says primary school principal

By Joseph Chirume - 5 August 2020

Still no water in Limpopo villages after five court orders

Villages in Flag Boshielo West, Limpopo, have almost no access to water

By Tania Broughton - 5 August 2020

The long walk to water in KwaZulu-Natal villages

“We as rural women don’t exist for the government”

By Teboho Moloi - 5 August 2020

Campaigns failing to stop farm evictions, say civil society organisations

Webinar highlights plight of women on farms, calls on President to honour promise

By Marecia Damons - 5 August 2020

Farm worker’s housing case in court this week

Drakenstein municipality accused of breaching its Constitutional obligations

By Liezl Human - 5 August 2020

Constitutional Court orders transport department to insource about 66 Tasima employees

The workers have not been paid salaries since December 2018

By Zoë Postman - 4 August 2020

Blackouts will continue until illegal connections are removed, warns ward councillor

“The area is dark and it is dangerous for those who return from work at night”

By Nompendulo Ngubane - 4 August 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 131: Sharing toilets

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 4 August 2020

Immigrant shop owners a soft target for criminals

Reporting crime to the police is “a waste of time” says Delft shop owner

By Tariro Washinyira - 4 August 2020

Claims of liquidation scams emerge in Cape Town defamation case

Noseweek editor sued by top lawyer

By Steve Kretzmann - 4 August 2020

Eight provincial ministers miss court deadline for school feeding scheme reports

Nutritional needs of millions of children at stake

By Tania Broughton - 4 August 2020

Partially blind woman faces eviction

The owner of the shack Siphiwe Mdluli rents wants to move back in

By Kimberly Mutandiro - 4 August 2020

Lockdown in pictures - Day 130: SASSA queues

By Jeffrey Abrahams - 3 August 2020

Gugulethu residents at wits end with company that built their flood prone houses

Cape Town Community Housing Company hits back: “If you bought something, you own it and you are responsible for it”

By Marecia Damons - 3 August 2020

Gugulethu group stop housing project

Disgruntled beneficiaries say houses being built at Erf 8448 “are not what we were shown more than 15 years ago”

By Buziwe Nocuze - 3 August 2020