There are snakes, flash floods and no basic services at Marry Me informal settlement

City of Tshwane says they will get services once the community has been formalised

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Brief | 19 August 2022

Daily Maverick wins defamation case

Columnist Modibe Modiba ordered to pay R100,000, remove comments and apologise

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Law | 15 August 2022

This is why Tembisa residents started deadly riots

Electricity was at the root of dissatisfaction

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News | 12 August 2022

Pretoria patients fed up that new clinic hasn’t opened

No explanation of delays from province or municipality

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Brief | 12 August 2022

Vital court case on NUMSA’s future postponed

A full day has been set aside for the Labour Court in Johannesburg to hear the case next week

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Brief | 10 August 2022

City of Joburg demolished Mama Fifi’s urban farm, but she’s determined to start again

June demolition of Bertrams Urban Farm, running for 16 years, disrupted dozens of feeding schemes

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Video | 8 August 2022

IPID probes Ekurhuleni cops after four people died during protests

Mayor promises Tembisa residents free basic electricity, debt relief to qualifying households and bins

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News | 5 August 2022

Joburg traders fear for their future after their lawyers get death threats

In spite of court victory, De Villers Street clothing vendors are nervous

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News | 4 August 2022

Tensions mount in Tembisa again as families mourn their dead

Protesters block off township with rocks and rubbish

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News | 3 August 2022

Only South Africans and permanent residents may be lawyers, Concourt rules

Foreign law graduates who have lived, studied and completed articles and pupillage in South Africa do not qualify

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Law | 2 August 2022

We’ll fight eviction, say families living on Joburg railway land

Some people have been living on the Braamfontein site for over two decades

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News | 2 August 2022

Two people killed as Tembisa brought to a standstill by protests

Ekurhuleni mayor believes protest is aimed at making the township “ungovernable” for the DA-led coalition

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Brief | 1 August 2022

Court orders public apologies to Chinese community

Posts on Facebook found to be hate speech

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Law | 1 August 2022

ANC has done nothing for us since 1994, says hostel resident

Hostels built in Tshwane for council workers in the 1960s are falling apart

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Brief | 29 July 2022

New court challenge to decision to scrap Zimbabwean permits

The Zimbabwean Immigration Federation seeks to defend the rights of Zimbabweans living in South Africa

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Law | 28 July 2022

“If they try to evict people, there will be bloodshed” say RDP occupiers

City of Ekurhuleni to evict about 500 families occupying houses in Nigel

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News | 26 July 2022