Articles by Joseph Chirume

PE school shutdown suspended

Parents set deadline for provincial education department

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11 February 2016

Fill teacher posts, demand Port Elizabeth parents

Parents keep schools closed in protest

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5 February 2016

Gay activist attacked in Port Elizabeth tavern

Cape Town man says police refused to open docket

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27 January 2016

Hefty fines for asylum seekers at Port Elizabeth refugee centre

Immigrants complain that officials humiliate them.

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19 January 2016

Robbers target foreign hawkers in Port Elizabeth

Foreign nationals trading in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth, live in fear following a spike in robberies in recent months. The traders say they are being targeted by criminals who rob them of their goods and then sell the loot to locals at a heavily discounted price. Most robberies happen in daylight.

Joseph Chirume

16 November 2015

We’ll keep fighting, say Port Elizabeth protesters

Angry residents of an informal settlement in Port Elizabeth who took to the streets on Monday have vowed to continue with their protests until they are moved to better housing nearby.

Joseph Chirume

16 September 2015

Big dreams for Port Elizabeth cooperative for people with disabilities

A Port Elizabeth cooperative run by people living with disabilities is looking for funds to launch a business.

Joseph Chirume

10 April 2015