Articles for Kimberly Mutandiro

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

Dozens turned away as refugee office reopens after two years

Even people with valid appointments were told to return on Wednesday

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News | 3 May 2022

“I prayed for them to let me live” says Zimbabwean truck driver

Immigrant truck drivers say they live and work in fear of being attacked by people claiming to be part of xenophobic groups

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News | 25 April 2022

Over 3,000 people in Madibeng face eviction

Occupiers to oppose their removal in court on 26 May

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News | 3 April 2022

Benoni residents petition government to stop illegal mining near their homes

“They’ll be digging for gold in our backyards if something is not done”

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News | 31 March 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

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

Dumped and abandoned: the fate of those evicted from JHB’s inner city

City threatens to evict people who have already been evicted

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News | 28 February 2022

Police must put themselves in our shoes, says sex worker

SWEAT and Sisonke are running sensitisation training to stop violence from police officers

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Feature | 25 February 2022

Entrepreneurs turn water crisis into an opportunity

Brakpan and Tsakane families without water for a week

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News | 9 February 2022

Reclaimers in trouble with Tshwane metro over recycling site

City in talks with reclaimers’ forums over finding a designated space for reclaimers to work

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News | 1 February 2022

IPID probes case of child killed in hit-and-run

Witnesses say 15-year-old Blessing Chibaya was hit by a police car

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Brief | 25 January 2022

When must municipalities provide flush toilets in informal settlements? A court case may help answer this

Ekhurhuleni community has taken legal action against City because it wants chemical toilets replaced

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News | 24 January 2022

Courts rule in favour of South African doctors trained abroad

Doctors won’t have to spend a year training before sitting exams

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News | 13 December 2021

Immigrants in JHB claim they are being denied health care

Public interest law centre considers legal action against Gauteng health department’s latest “xenophobic” policies

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News | 17 November 2021

Eviction of Centurion reclaimers halted

Tshwane municipality told to fully comply with court order to provide group with suitable temporary housing

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News | 16 November 2021