Articles by Suné Payne

Bombed anti-apartheid church will hold service on Sunday

CPUT vows to bring perpetrators to justice

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29 September 2017

CPUT students demand an end to class disruptions

Call for library hours to be extended

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26 September 2017

Learners in Limpopo town unable to write exams

Department of Basic Education under fire for shifting blame and not putting in place contingency plans

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15 September 2017

Mayhem in Hangberg after Deputy Minister of Police cancels imbizo

Construction vehicle burnt as residents and police clash

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14 September 2017

Kensington community pickets for more police resources

Community Policing Forum says SAPS has committed to providing at least nine new officers

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11 September 2017

Traders refuse to sign PRASA’s new lease

High crime and poor sanitation have been a problem for years

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8 September 2017

Criminal cops must wear orange, not blue, says deputy police minister

Cops who steal guns must go to prison – Mkongi

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7 September 2017

Parliament grills Transnet on Gupta links

“You are going to jail! Stop protecting your bosses.”

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6 September 2017

Parliament hears how PRASA is going off the rails

“The more trains that are burnt and vandalised, the less we can operate.”

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31 August 2017

CPUT students protest over accommodation

Exams cancelled after students enter hall

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28 August 2017

Police lack plan for stopping gangs

Second SAPS appearance before Parliament in two weeks not much more successful than first

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28 August 2017

Hangberg residents protest for better living conditions

Demonstration started when community learnt that about R100 million was being spent on nearby informal settlement

Text by Sune Payne. Photos by Ashraf Hendricks.

18 August 2017

False start to Parliament’s state capture probe

“The key thing here is that we need to get the money back as soon as possible”

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17 August 2017

“We are not winning the war on crime” admits SAPS

Parliament rebukes unprepared police

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16 August 2017

UWC sees no quick solution to residence crisis

“Many of the students we register have no financial means to find accommodation”

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11 August 2017