Articles by Peter Luhanga

Behind the special needs bus attack

Community leader describes stoning as “very bad and very sad”

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News | 12 October 2017

Marikana residents say they’ve lost faith in the police

Police call in reinforcements after 10 people shot dead

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News | 1 October 2017

City of Cape Town shelves Wolwerivier housing project

Other sites should be prioritised, says Brett Herron

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Brief | 26 September 2017

Atlantis residents demand better service at Wesfleur Hospital

Health department commits to recruiting more doctors and nurses, but says problems can’t be solved only by hiring

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News | 22 September 2017

City boots SASSA out of Witsand

Social grant beneficiaries now have to walk 10km

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Brief | 23 August 2017

Tension between haves and have-nots over electricity

Witsand’s informal settlement residents blame Eskom for electrification delays

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News | 16 August 2017

White people have work to do, say activists

Dunoon hosts Restitution Foundation event

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News | 8 August 2017

Cape Town residents angry over electricity tariff hike

Households valued as low as R400,000 are paying more for electricity

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Brief | 1 August 2017

Couple to receive a house after 50 years in a shack

Plan for 180 houses to be built in Pella, near Atlantis, within 12 months

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News | 1 June 2017

The taxi driver who keeps his own street clean

Dunoon resident Yamkela Ncume has taken it upon himself to clear up refuse

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News | 18 April 2017

Occupiers of church land demand water and sanitation

City says it cannot provide services on Moravian land in Pella

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News | 28 March 2017

Legal dispute stalls Dunoon’s R16.5 million sports centre

Project should have been completed two years ago

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News | 7 March 2017

Thousands of furniture workers closer to being paid

Payout approved but still plenty of red tape

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Brief | 28 February 2017

Housing demand leads to Dunoon building boom

But residents complain that safety has been sacrificed

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News | 26 January 2017