“We want to love the police, but they don’t want to love or respect us”

Picket held outside Parliament in solidarity with US protests against police brutality

By Ashraf Hendricks - 3 June 2020

KZN scrambling to get school with no toilets and water ready for learners

KZN education MEC says infrastructure problems at Insika High could be resolved soon

By Nompendulo Ngubane - 3 June 2020

KwaMashu paramedics refuse to work until they’re tested for Covid-19

They have been told only symptomatic people would be tested, despite asymptomatic colleague testing positive

By Zimbili Vilakazi - 3 June 2020

Court orders Reserve Bank to make apartheid records public

South African History Archive Trust wins important victory for access to information

By Geoffrey Allsop - 3 June 2020

NPA declines to prosecute Lottery looter

This is a civil matter, says state advocate

By Raymond Joseph - 3 June 2020

Open letter to Judge Zondo: Please resume Commission hearings

20 organisations ask state capture commission to issue interim report

Civil Society Working Group on State Capture - 3 June 2020

Homeless protesters disrupt Khayelitsha Magistrate’s Court

If the City of Cape Town can demolish shacks during the lockdown, what is stopping us from evicting tenants? asks backyarder’s landlord

By Buziwe Nocuze - 3 June 2020

Mounting pressure on families holding out against coal mine expansion

“We know that if we are not here, our house will be burnt down”

By Fred Kockott and Matthew Hattingh - 3 June 2020

Covid-19: Bank accused of freezing asylum seekers’ accounts during lockdown

Refugees can’t renew permits because offices are closed

By Tariro Washinyira - 3 June 2020

Gauteng government drops “peanut butter ban”

“Many of us were literally in tears as the recipients received their first decent food in almost three weeks”

By Tania Broughton - 2 June 2020

Six die from methanol poisoning in Cape Town

Four more in a critical condition

By James Stent - 2 June 2020

“Our people cannot be treated like napkins”: public works programme challenged in court

Johannesburg Expanded Public Works Programme workers want to be made permanent

By Elna Schütz - 2 June 2020

Dunoon explodes after shacks demolished

Former backyarders torch vehicles

By Peter Luhanga - 2 June 2020

Feeding poor people: The national government has failed

But civil society, provincial and local governments have tried to fill the gap

By Jeremy Seekings - 2 June 2020

Why is our relocation not taken as seriously as Covid-19, asks informal settlement leader

“Normal relocations will resume when things have gone back to normal” says PE councillor

By Mkhuseli Sizani - 1 June 2020

Covid-19: Parents protest against schools opening

Some schools in the Western Cape start as the rest of the country expects to return next week

By Ashraf Hendricks - 1 June 2020