Articles by Ashleigh Furlong

Three years after the Khayelitsha Commission, has there been progress?

Western Cape Premier and SJC disagree on police track record

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News | 25 August 2017

Cape Town skyscraper to include “affordable” apartments - at R800,000 each

Buyers would have to earn at least R25,000 a month

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News | 25 August 2017

Lonmin link to CASAC questioned

Connection through political risk analysis company is “potentially explosive”

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News | 22 August 2017

Disclosure of party funding: only if it’s relevant, says DA

Not all funding information is useful to voters, argues opposition party

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Law | 16 August 2017

Voters have a right to information about party funding, court told

DA to oppose calls for disclosure of funders

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Law | 15 August 2017

Evictions at Cape Town social housing complex

Steenvilla is seen as a model development - much will depend on its success or failure

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News | 14 August 2017

Opposition parties unite in call to fire Zuma

Thousands of supporters march in Cape Town

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News | 8 August 2017

Diverse groups unite in call for Zuma to go

Thousands march to Parliament, including ANC allies Cosatu and SACP

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News | 7 August 2017

Civil society leaders support march to end Zuma regime

“We intend for the character of our march against the Zuma Presidency to be educational, embracing, inclusive and diverse”

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News | 3 August 2017

Judge reprimands MEC for haphazard school eviction

Court delays Grootkraal eviction

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Law | 1 August 2017

State mental health patients are being held in prisons

There is a shortage of hospital beds in the Eastern Cape for inmates with mental illness

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News | 27 July 2017

Isolated prisoners file court application

Inmates at Kgosi Mampuru II want to be moved back to their cells

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News | 25 July 2017

Steenvilla social housing residents protest evictions

Company says some households haven’t paid rent for a year, while residents say they can’t afford increases

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News | 24 July 2017

Lost trial record hampers prisoner’s appeal

Bongile Mbangane’s case is not unusual in disorganised court system

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News | 20 July 2017

“Where must we go?” ask sisters facing eviction from wine farm

“But what do we do?” says owner of Excelsior

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News | 14 July 2017

Robertson’s dumping ground for farm workers

Councillor threatens GroundUp after we ask questions

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Feature | 10 July 2017