Articles for Kimberly Mutandiro

Police are preying on immigrants, say human rights organisations

Immigrants are not reporting crimes or seeking assistance from law enforcement as they fear extortion or deportation

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News | 2 December 2022

Families snub R1-billion housing project

Brickvale farmers say the tiny plots are totally unsuited to their needs

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News | 29 November 2022

Unpaid for months: Ekurhuleni workers protest

The City of Ekurhuleni only deals with the contractor, not its employees, says City spokesperson

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Brief | 17 November 2022

Protesters sleep outside Constitutional Court, demanding apartheid reparations

More than 150 people have been braving the weather for weeks

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News | 15 November 2022

Joburg climate activists demand urgent action against climate change

A demonstration outside the Constitutional Court paid homage to assassinated climate activists

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Brief | 10 November 2022

Gomora in Joburg is where dreams go to die

Families crowd into tiny rooms, with no electricity or water, making a living as best they can

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Feature | 31 October 2022

“People are gatvol” of being “forgotten” by Ekurhuleni mayor

Geluksdal community wants 100kWh of free electricity to be reinstated

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Brief | 11 October 2022

Property developer forced to rebuild homes it demolished

Long-time Tilly’s farm residents refuse to make way for housing development

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News | 30 September 2022

Ekurhuleni family demands investigation after baby exposed to police teargas

They claim police threw the container into the property while chasing protesters

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News | 21 September 2022

Parents shut down Geluksdal school over new claims of race-based gang violence

The education department says it has no reports of race-based conflicts or gangs

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News | 20 September 2022

A small patch of carpet is all that’s left of his home

Dean Phiri was one of those who lost their shacks in Randburg demolition

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News | 14 September 2022

Police accused of extorting money from immigrants during raids in Johannesburg

SAPS says anyone who is asked for a bribe must come forward

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News | 13 September 2022

Learners march to demand free sanitary pads

Team Free Sanitary Pads campaign has so far collected over 30,000 signatures to get government to improve menstrual health

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News | 29 August 2022

Geluksdal school plagued by “racial gangs” and violence, say parents

Metro police asked to maintain a constant presence at Geluksdal Secondary

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News | 25 August 2022

Wednesday of discontent: workers picket around the country

Demands range from cheaper taxi fares to a Basic Income Grant

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News | 24 August 2022

Public sector workers march in Pretoria

“It’s time workers are taken seriously,” says union

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Brief | 24 August 2022