Articles by Rejul Bejoy

Equal Education kicks off national summit in Johannesburg

Over 200 members meet to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Soweto and improve the modern education system

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Brief | 17 June 2016

Unions picket Western Cape MEC for social development

Social workers want Albert Fritz to apologise or resign

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News | 14 June 2016

Experts caution government over new housing mega-projects

The Department of Human Settlements has announced a change in focus, but experts say it may not be the best way to deal with the housing crisis

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Analysis | 14 June 2016

SA firefighters in Canada: here are the facts

The singing firefighters are returning home after negotiations failed to resolve a pay dispute

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News | 13 June 2016

Cape Town’s precarious water supply

Drought has left dams very low but the City is taking steps to secure the future water supply

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Feature | 8 June 2016

City demolishes occupied shacks using court interdict

Councillor says eviction order not required

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News | 6 June 2016

Mfuleni’s homemade gym

Aleas Stokwe used his personal savings to start a gym in his home for his neighbourhood

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Photo Essay | 2 June 2016

Siqalo residents protest over rubbish collection jobs

Protesters angry at “failed’ interviews

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Brief | 1 June 2016

Khayelitsha residents close down school in protest

Protesters angry at ANC’s choice of election candidates

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News | 30 May 2016