Articles for Nokulunga Majola

Some Durban flood victims have been moved four times

About 100 households living at a transit camp in Lamontville have been uprooted several times

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Brief | 8 June 2022

Young man’s idea pays off: the story of Lindo’s Fast Food

29-year-old Lindokuhle Msomi used his Covid grant to start a small business

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Brief | 2 June 2022

Slain Durban activist knew she was in danger

Nokuthula Mabaso was killed in front of her children

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News | 9 May 2022

Teenager still missing after Durban floods

Asemahle Mazeka’s family was rescued from trees but she has not been found

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Brief | 19 April 2022

Thousands left destitute to face another storm expected to hit KZN this weekend

About 300 people living in a community hall near Durban need clothes, food and other essentials

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News | 14 April 2022

Devastating floods wreak havoc in eThekwini

Houses collapse in Ntuzuma north of Durban

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News | 12 April 2022

Operation Dudula members march through Durban’s city centre

The launch of the movement in Durban comes as President Ramaphosa cautions against “deeply disturbing” acts against immigrants

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News | 11 April 2022

KZN learners miss school because they can’t cross the river during heavy rains

Residents say they have waited years for a bridge

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Brief | 8 April 2022

“Maggots crawl up your legs”: toilets in Siyathuthuka settlement are filthy

Ablution blocks have been closed since 2018 and chemical toilets are overflowing

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News | 29 March 2022

IPID to probe Durban police after two people shot in a week

Housing movement Abahlali BaseMjondolo blames police for the death of the latest victim

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News | 15 March 2022

Housing activist murdered in Durban

SERI calls for urgent investigation into Cato Manor police and other officials following Ayanda Ngila’s death

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News | 9 March 2022

Durban metro and KZN Premier fail to help immigrant traders after attack

The traders were chased away from their spaces a year ago. They have not been able to return

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News | 21 February 2022

Immigrants demand refugee offices reopen after two years of lockdown

Home Affairs has opened services for South Africans but asylum seekers remain shut out

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News | 15 February 2022

People queuing for eight hours outside Home Affairs sent home without being helped

Manager says he is used to addressing angry crowds at Durban office

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Brief | 11 February 2022

Taps have finally been installed in this settlement, but there’s no water in them

Emakhabeleni households still waiting for treatment plant upgrade

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Brief | 9 February 2022