Articles by David Doochin

South Africa votes for UN gay rights position

Only three African countries support Independent Expert on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

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News | 22 November 2016

Feasibility study for Tafelberg to be released tomorrow

"We have waited long enough" says activist

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Brief | 17 November 2016

Gay rights groups strike back

SA’s support for Africa’s opposition at UN to gay rights watchdog brings local and international condemnation

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News | 11 November 2016

Robertson winery workers agree to increase but continue strike

Workers have been on strike for 12 weeks

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Brief | 10 November 2016

“Don’t just sit at home any longer” urges protester against state capture

Hundreds march from St George's Cathedral to NPA in Cape Town

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News | 2 November 2016

Anatomy of a violent incident: the UCT library clash

Fight between students and security guards has polarised opinion

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News | 28 October 2016

Activist to get compensated following police assault

Ayanda Kota was beaten while in custody in Grahamstown police station

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News | 18 October 2016

UCT creche evacuated after anonymous threat

Caller stated that building is being watched

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Brief | 10 October 2016

No lectures at CPUT, but UWC and UCT open

Protesting students disrupt some classes

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News | 4 October 2016

Cape Town Opera in legal battle

Singers file Statement of Opposition in Labour Court

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News | 29 September 2016

Women in Ruyterwacht help evicted and vulnerable

“This is a new South Africa, a South Africa for everybody, a South Africa of change, a South Africa to uplift our people. So what is happening here?”

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News | 23 September 2016

Demand for more police for country’s murder capital

Nyanga Community Police Forum applies to join Equality Court case

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News | 20 September 2016

Bromwell Street tenants chastise mayor

Tenants say Mayor Patricia de Lille has not fulfilled her promise to find a solution to their housing problem

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Brief | 15 September 2016

Cape Town community farm residents face eviction

21-year run of local 'eco-village' may be coming to an end soon

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News | 7 September 2016

Students close down fees commission hearing

UCT’s Max Price escorted away by police

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News | 6 September 2016

University fees commission hears evidence in Cape Town

Students declare hearings a "farce"

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Brief | 6 September 2016