Clothing union reports 74% Covid vaccination rate

Worker education key to high rate of vaccination

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30 November 2021

Media executive linked to River Club developer

CEO of Cape Town media company has boardroom connections to developer’s interests

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30 November 2021

Delft landlords battle as power outages chase tenants away

Eskom says illegal electricity connections and vandalism in Delft alone have cost it about R10 million since April

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30 November 2021

Researchers surveyed schools in a Gauteng township. This is what they found

Activists launch campaign against overcrowding

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29 November 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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29 November 2021

Stellenbosch University hosts 16km walk to pay off students’ debt

The #Action4Inclusion campaign was started in 2020 and hopes to raise R2 million by Christmas to help those who can’t afford registration, accessing marks and other material

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29 November 2021

Meet Koketso Moloko - a successful woman farmer

Starting a farm during lockdown was tough but now she has some big clients

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29 November 2021

Long queues at Home Affairs in spite of minister’s promise

But provincial manager claims “Home Affairs has declared war on queues”

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29 November 2021

Law and power: the long road to equality for gay men

The 1998 “Sodomy Case” confirmed LGBTIQ rights at last

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29 November 2021

Court grants PRASA another eight months to relocate Cape Town Central Line shack dwellers

Eerste River residents opposing relocation near their community partly to blame for delay says PRASA

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26 November 2021

We have a new Covid variant. An epidemiologist explains what we should do

If we do lock down, we must time it properly for it to be effective

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26 November 2021

Protesters in Gqeberha threaten company for employing immigrants

#PutSouthAfricansFirst protesters accused of putting people’s lives in danger

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26 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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26 November 2021

OUTA: Government is wasting money and using delaying tactics to hide information

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse wonders why SANRAL opposed a request for information and then didn’t turn up for court

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26 November 2021

Cabinet announces Zimbabwe Exemption Permits will not be extended

Holders of the ZEPs given a year to migrate to other permits

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25 November 2021