Nelson Mandela Bay in the dark due to dodgy street light tenders

SIU investigating alleged maladministration in the municipality

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News | 19 July 2024

Lawyer accused of racially motivated vandalism wants case to be dismissed

Gary Trappler is on trial in the Cape Town Magistrates Court, charged with slashing the tyres of his neighbour’s car

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News | 19 July 2024

Hundreds of Public Works workers march against termination of contracts

After ten years of having their monthly contracts continuously extended, they will no longer be renewed at month end

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Brief | 19 July 2024

Gugulethu volunteers clean up dump sites on Mandela Day

“Now that the area has been cleaned we are grateful. We will look after it and prevent illegal dumping.”

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Brief | 19 July 2024

Mpumalanga traditional leader sold plots on land he didn’t own

Court orders eviction at the request of Thembisile Hani Local Municipality

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News | 19 July 2024

Government spokespersons should take their job seriously

They are well-paid public servants, but diligence is the exception

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GroundView | 19 July 2024

Joburg families plead with City officials to end power cuts

City of Johannesburg losing between R5-million and R10-million monthly due to illegal connections, says City Power

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News | 19 July 2024

Free State protesters block roads demanding electricity

Power restored after Phuthaditjhaba residents take to the streets

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Brief | 18 July 2024

Probe clears most Gauteng care organisations

Handful of organisations remain under investigation

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News | 18 July 2024

Umgeni: A river of sewage flowing through Durban

The municipal sewage works is one of the main pollution sources

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Feature | 18 July 2024

Asylum seekers fear arrest but can’t access documents

Lawyers for Human Rights takes this issue to the High Court next month.

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News | 18 July 2024

Vandals and gangs have ruined Cape Town sports field

The City says it spent more than R2.5-million on repairs and maintenance for Avonwood Sports Ground in the 2023/24 financial year

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News | 18 July 2024

Islamic Relief hijacked in Philippi while helping flooded residents

The organisation has nonetheless continued to provide humanitarian relief

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News | 17 July 2024

Makhanda learners demand maths teacher

Mary Waters Secondary School learners have been protesting since Monday

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Brief | 17 July 2024

Fhatuwani Sibanda lost his job because Home Affairs said he was a foreigner. But he’s South African

Home Affairs has failed to comply with two court rulings

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News | 17 July 2024

Possible site for Muizenberg homeless shelter sparks alarm

But City of Cape Town says no decision has been taken yet

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Brief | 17 July 2024