Articles for Tariro Washinyira

Crime is harming business in Mitchells Plain, say traders

Stall holders want the City to do more to deal with competition from traders without permits

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News | 23 November 2022

Matrics, commuters hit by Cape Town taxi strike

Taxi council wants the Blue Dot incentive programme to continue in the Western Cape

Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik, Daniel Steyn, Vusi Mokoena, Sisipho Bakana, Tariro Washinyira, Mary-Anne Gontsana, Peter Luhanga

News | 21 November 2022

500 refugees living in wretched conditions in Cape Town camp

Three years after the UNHCR protests, Bellville camp asylum seekers cling to dream of resettlement

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News | 18 November 2022

City of Cape Town and immigrant shop owners meet to resolve tensions

“We come unannounced not to catch you doing wrong things, but to ensure that your shop is in satisfactory hygienic condition”

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News | 2 November 2022

Dismissed guards ask UCT to insource them

“Unfair discrimination” say 31 dismissed security guards, conned by student activist, as they approach UCT’s COO to be insourced

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Brief | 1 November 2022

Cape Town Refugee Reception Centre finally takes shape

After a court battle lasting ten years, the new centre is set to open next year

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News | 20 October 2022

Car washers at some shopping malls pay a fee to work

Companies say this covers the cost of high rents, cleaning products and training

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News | 19 October 2022

Social grants: labour federations reject government proposals

Fears that many will be excluded when Social Relief of Distress grant is replaced

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News | 29 September 2022

Community transforms crime hotspot to colourful walkway for learners

On Saturday about 60 people dressed in traditional attire celebrated Heritage Day at the iThemba Walkway in Gugulethu

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Brief | 26 September 2022

Ndabeni protesters block busy road

City of Cape Town says it can’t provide services to shack dwellers living on private land

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News | 20 September 2022

Mbalula sticking to December deadline to fully open Cape Town’s Central Line

An agreement has been signed with communities occupying the railway line

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Brief | 9 September 2022

Iconic women’s housing project of the 1990s, today awash in sewage

Residents of Victoria Mxenge Housing Development have taken the City of Cape Town to the Ombudsman after three years of overflowing sewers

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News | 22 August 2022

Families forcibly removed from Maitland 80 years ago still can’t use their land

Ndabeni Communal Property Trust concluded a settlement agreement for the 54.8-hectares

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News | 18 August 2022

Sex workers are angry with the Gender Commission. Here’s why

They believe some members are using their positions to impose personal moral views on issues like sex work and abortion.

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Brief | 12 August 2022

Will Cape Town’s Central Line open in December? Mbalula says so…

But commuters are sceptical after many missed deadlines and devastation along the line

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News | 27 July 2022