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Sex workers picket at Parliament ahead of elections

#WhoSpeaksForUs? campaign launched

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Brief | 23 May 2024

“Silent disease” outed at African Hepatitis Convention

Many South Africans with hepatitis go undiagnosed

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News | 20 May 2024

Large fishing companies oppose squid quotas in court

The commercial industry is being “greedy” says Eastern Cape small-scale fisher

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Law | 16 May 2024

Huge march to Parliament for better schools

Presidency and Department of Basic Education commit to respond to demands by Equal Education

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Brief | 10 May 2024

Remote Namaqualand diamond town battles dust and neglect

Mine told to fix the pollution problem

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News | 9 May 2024

Equal Education takes education department to court over unplaced learners

EE says learners’ constitutional rights have been infringed

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Brief | 29 April 2024

Hollywood star joins yoga classes for Lavender Hill learners

Lesley-Ann Brandt helped raise money for Levana Primary School

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Brief | 25 April 2024

Sasol makes the world CO2 emissions blacklist

The company is among 57 companies in the world responsible for 80% of carbon dioxide emissions

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News | 17 April 2024

Ingonyama Trust finances are not transparent, says report

UCT land research centre says the trust is not compliant with legislation

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News | 11 April 2024

Pit toilet eradication deadline missed by Limpopo education department

But department says it’s 80% of the way there

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Brief | 4 April 2024

Police and soldiers deployed to tiny West Coast fishing village

Controversial boat quotas to be reconsidered after meeting with Hondeklip Bay fishers, says fisheries department

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News | 3 April 2024

Namaqualand communities call for moratorium on all new mining rights

People from Richtersveld, Concordia, Hondeklip Bay and other Northern Cape towns marched in Springbok on Human Rights Day

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News | 22 March 2024

Small-scale fishers threaten to take government to court

Unhappiness over fisheries department’s boat allocations

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News | 22 March 2024

Wolwerivier transformed into a catwalk for International Women’s Day

Organisers hope the annual modelling event will encourage more young women from the community to follow their dreams

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Photo Essay | 11 March 2024

Hydrogen project splits Richtersveld community

A mega green hydrogen project and port development are planned for Boegoebaai

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Feature | 7 March 2024

Yoliswa Dwane, education activist who condemned John Hlophe, is remembered at UCT event

She “dedicated her life to advancing social justice” but died “too young, too early”

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News | 4 March 2024