Articles for Bernard Chiguvare

Home Affairs accused of violating children’s rights

The department has refused to register dozens of children in Musina in cases where one of their parents is undocumented

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News | 2 February 2023

Limpopo villagers demand primary school for 400 learners

Community identified land to build a school four years ago in Tshikhudini

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Brief | 1 February 2023

Zimbabwean parents worried about learners’ move from schools in South Africa

There is still no clear plan for how the governments will help families voluntarily returning to Zimbabwe

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News | 14 December 2022

This taxi rank cost more than R275-million. But nearly a decade later it’s still closed

Thohoyandou taxi owners and businesses want the rank to start operating

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News | 6 December 2022

Community sceptical of Polokwane Mayor’s promises to fix water woes

“The community is going to protest until we consistently get water in Seshego,” says resident

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Brief | 10 November 2022

Dreams deferred for matriculants who can’t get IDs

Without an identity document, hopes of further study are dashed

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News | 8 November 2022

Protesters shut down Polokwane, demanding water

Angry Seshego residents block N1

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News | 26 October 2022

Homeless: Shelters in Musina not coping with increase of people on the streets

One shelter catering for up to 170 homeless people has no electricity and can’t pay a water bill

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News | 21 October 2022

Limpopo shopping mall closed by protesters demanding jobs

Road closed and learners miss school

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Brief | 13 October 2022

Minister Mchunu apologises for missed deadlines on water project

“We will only believe in the minister when water is running in our villages” says Giyani woman

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News | 7 October 2022

Fourth Zimbabwean dies after attacks in Elim last month

Tops Mutanho succumbs to his injuries

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Brief | 3 October 2022

Limpopo families raise R200,000 to drill their own boreholes

Meanwhile municipality breaks its promise again

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Brief | 3 October 2022

Red Cross steps in to help immigrants who fled for their lives in Elim

Many displaced families are living in the bush and too afraid to come out into the open for help

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News | 26 September 2022

Three Zimbabweans burnt to death in Elim

More than 200 immigrants are living in the bush in fear

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Brief | 22 September 2022

Unemployed youths march in Musina to demand jobs

“When will I get a chance to benefit” asks jobless 25-year-old

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Brief | 1 September 2022