Mom entitled to take ex-husband’s pension money for maintenance, says judge

Johannesburg High Court rules that mother did not have to give notice before taking money for maintenance arrears

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Law | 6 May 2022

Judge blocks mine expansion

Licence to extend the Somkhele mine set aside

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Law | 5 May 2022

Gauteng health crisis: We interview the MEC for Health

Part seven in our video series

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Video | 5 May 2022

Eastern Cape paramedics face dismissal

Workers stop work to demand better equipment

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News | 5 May 2022

“We are overwhelmed,” says nurse at Steve Biko Academic Hospital

Nurses march to demand better working conditions and more staff

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Brief | 4 May 2022

No budget to fix main road littered with potholes

The road between Ga-Rankuwa and Kgabalatsane is eroded and potholed

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Brief | 4 May 2022

Video: Her aunt was tied to a bench in a hospital, so Virginia Keppler took on the Gauteng health system

Part 6 in our series on the Gauteng public health system crisis

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Video | 4 May 2022

We can still save our abalone and lobster stocks - here’s how

We need more inspectors, and we need the urgent implementation of the small-scale fisheries policy

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Science | 4 May 2022

Dozens turned away as refugee office reopens after two years

Even people with valid appointments were told to return on Wednesday

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News | 3 May 2022

Electric cars are not yet a solution for South Africa

Evaluating the environmental footprint of electric cars

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Science | 3 May 2022

Video: He was in prison. Now he teaches elderly people how to grow vegetables

Thirty-three year old Ludwe Qamata teaches vegetable gardening to older people in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

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Video | 3 May 2022

Immigrants fear kidnappers in the Eastern Cape

Hawks say they are investigating 14 cases

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News | 3 May 2022

Bridge swept away in heavy rains restored for Eastern Cape villagers

Company rebuilt the bridge at no extra charge, says transport department

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Brief | 3 May 2022

Eastern Cape farm workers vow to continue strike

Farmers’ organisation says many farms will struggle to survive this season

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Brief | 29 April 2022

Seven million people have applied for the R350 grant since Saturday

Social Development says its budget can only cater for 10.5-million

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Brief | 29 April 2022

Huge factory building stripped bare in Hout Bay harbour while Public Works department dithers

Former Oceana fishmeal plant could have been used for a community project, says fisher

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News | 29 April 2022