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Dunoon matrics beat the odds

Piles of distinctions for learners from crowded Cape Town settlement

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Feature | 26 January 2022

Simon’s Town train service is back, but commuters are worried about their safety

Passengers crowd together to fend off robbers

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Feature | 13 January 2022

Meet the woman at the centre of Port Nolloth’s crayfish trade

Rosie Malan has been working in fishing for 43 years

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Feature | 15 December 2021

Did SAPS enable a brutal murder by leaving this problem cop unpunished?

SAPS is failing to act against brutal cops

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Feature | 1 December 2021

The minister, the Lottery boss and the luxury R5.6 million home

The strange story of the house Fikile Mbalula offered to buy

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Feature | 29 November 2021

SA music industry exposed: the money is not going to the artists

One of many grim statistics: of R200 million in royalties collected by SAMPRA in 2020, R41 million went on “administrative costs”

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Feature | 26 November 2021

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s hometown: no country for old women

Girls from the age of five and women into their 70s fetch water from a river in a town that has never had tap water

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Feature | 25 November 2021

Catastrophic decline in the South African music industry

Once seen as a vital growth point with huge export potential, our music industry is a tiny shadow of its former self, and Covid is not the main culprit

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Feature | 24 November 2021

Is this the approach to addiction that South Africa needs?

Free, community-based service offers individual support

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Feature | 23 November 2021

Are SAPS commanders ignoring instructions to discipline brutal cops?

Upington death in custody raises questions

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Feature | 9 November 2021

Elections 2021: This municipality is an exception in Gauteng

Midvaal gets clean audit, but some families still live in grim conditions

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Feature | 21 October 2021

Is this the worst-run municipality in South Africa?

Vereeniging is a disaster. But will voters punish the ANC?

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Feature | 13 October 2021

Housing project stalled as Ekhurhuleni municipality dumps company linked to Magashule crony

Corruption- accused Edwin Sodi’s NJR Projects showed “poor performance”, says municipality. Meanwhile Lindelani families are still waiting for houses

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Feature | 6 October 2021

Activists urge Ramaphosa to move N2 Wild Coast Toll Road

The road will bring destruction to the Wild Coast, they say. But SA National Roads Agency disagrees

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Feature | 22 September 2021

Elections 2021: Plettenberg Bay has had no functioning council for months

For how long the Bitou municipality can function with a hung council remains to be seen

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Feature | 17 September 2021

Desperate pensioners build their own clinic, but Eastern Cape health department can’t supply nurses

Department blames bad roads for failure to keep promise to send nurses

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Feature | 16 September 2021