Plett boy electrocuted at sports stadium

Family of five-year-old Bradlin Jacobs blames Bitou Municipality for not fixing vandalised electrical box

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News | 27 September 2022

Fate of NUMSA’s funeral insurance company hangs in the balance

Six-month wait for High Court decision on 3Sixty Life curatorship

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News | 27 September 2022

When can someone be removed from public land without a court order?

We explain what the courts have ruled

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Law | 27 September 2022

Returning Zimbabweans battle to rebuild their lives in Harare

Some have good memories of their years in South Africa

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News | 27 September 2022

Parents, families and friends of South African queers join Soweto Pride

Celebration kicks of with protest over hate crime against LGBTQIA+ community

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News | 26 September 2022

Plettenberg Bay community celebrates their African heritage in defiance of xenophobia

“We wanted people to come together and be united. We have had a traumatic past few weeks in Kwanokuthula,” says resident

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Brief | 26 September 2022

Red Cross steps in to help immigrants who fled for their lives in Elim

Many displaced families are living in the bush and too afraid to come out into the open for help

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News | 26 September 2022

Rolling out solar power for informal settlements

Zonke Energy says there is an urgent need and demand outstrips supply

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Right to reply | 26 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

Couple challenges law on maternity leave

Both parents should be entitled to the same leave when a baby is born, argues Polokwane couple

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Law | 26 September 2022

Here’s why Cape Town is clearing invasive plants

The project is expected to save billions of litres of water a year

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News | 26 September 2022

Hundreds march to Parliament, calling for action against climate change

This Heritage Day event was part of global protests against climate change

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Brief | 24 September 2022

What next in the twisty River Club saga?

No urgency to halt ongoing construction before interdict appeal, court rules

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News | 23 September 2022

Vrygrond will have to wait more than five years for a police station

The land on which a station was to be built is occupied by a crèche

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Brief | 23 September 2022

Municipality liable for child shot by mayor’s bodyguard

Five-year-old suffered severe brain damage and paralysis

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Law | 23 September 2022

Wits to name landmark after a mining company. Students are demanding that it rather be named after Marikana

Protesters say Sibanye-Stillwater is responsible for the “exploitation and destruction of communities and the murder of mine workers”

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Brief | 23 September 2022