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Green Point “Tent City”: Homeless camp’s days are numbered

Relocation options unsatisfactory for many of the occupiers

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Feature | 20 February 2024

The South African drug mules held in foreign jails

Vincent Ntsolo, from Soweto, was just 18 when he was recruited

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Feature | 15 February 2024

Hawks act against one of their own for Lottery corruption

Spokeperson Hangwani Mulaudzi and former Head of Risk at the National Lotteries Commission Marubini Ramatsekisa are both named in a dossier handed to prosecutors

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Feature | 12 February 2024

Beauty academy gets R64-million government subsidy in midst of budget cuts

Money for organisations assisting people with HIV and older people cut

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Feature | 18 January 2024

Criminals terrorise old gold mining area

Four years after notorious gang leader was shot by police, Roodepoort families still live in fear

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Feature | 6 December 2023

How to steal a railway line and stay out of jail

Legal manoeuvres have stalled the case against former PRASA acting CEO Mthuthuzeli Swartz and businessman Syed Mohiudeen

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Feature | 8 November 2023

This is where people are occupying Metrorail’s Central Line in Cape Town

There are about 4,000 households occupying the line between Nyanga and Philippi, according to the Housing Development Agency

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Feature | 20 October 2023

Political appointments cripple Lesotho hospital

Wage bill at flagship Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital balloons by R48-million over a year as politicians appoint family members and friends

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Feature | 6 October 2023

Copper boom sparks conflict between mine and residents of Northern Cape town

We visited Concordia, where 29 people were arrested for protesting against a mine

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Feature | 18 September 2023

Lottery corruption: Limpopo couple’s bid to hold on to their luxury homes

I did nothing wrong, says Collins Tshisimba as the Special Investigating Unit moves to freeze two properties

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Feature | 31 August 2023

We bought dagga. It was probably illegal. Here’s why

The Medicines Act is being misused while Parliament dithers

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Feature | 25 August 2023

Exposed: The Sunday World’s lucrative partnership with the Lottery

The newspaper got millions of rands of Lottery advertising and also ran stories to counter exposés of corruption

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Feature | 3 August 2023

Little action from government to help older people live healthier, happier lives

South Africa’s participation in the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing has not achieved much so far

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Feature | 18 July 2023

Thriving Langa gardens feed hungry families

Former dumpsites transformed into vegetable plots

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Feature | 31 May 2023

Limpopo learners keep tabs on river water quality

Project links academics, citizen scientists and learners to monitor borehole and river water

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Feature | 25 May 2023

Bulldozers clear way for mine in Lower Zambezi National Park

Tourism body warned that this would threaten species and actually lose money for the Zambian economy

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Feature | 22 May 2023