Articles by Julia Chaskalson

Education spending is falling. The Covid-19 budget has slashed it further

Yet schools are essential to the Covid-19 response

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Opinion | 31 July 2020

Activists furious with delays in child shooting case

Skhumbuzo Dube was shot dead by another child who was playing with a gun

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News | 20 October 2017

Hekpoort settlement has been trying for 12 years to get water

Frustrated Schaumburg residents fed-up with politicians

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News | 11 October 2017

R2K demands cheaper airtime and data

Picket outside cellphone companies’ offices

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Brief | 19 September 2017

“Mayor should go to jail” over water failures

Judge describes Limpopo municipality as “disgraceful”

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News | 12 September 2017

Schools stage drama festival in Hillbrow

Nearly 600 learners from across Gauteng participated in the 13th annual Inner-City Schools Play Festival

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News | 11 September 2017

Immigrants make Johannesburg a vibrant city, says rights organisation

Mayor Herman Mashaba’s attitude described as “very scary”

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News | 1 September 2017

Constitutional Court orders probe into minister’s conduct

Bathabile Dlamini may yet have to pay court costs out of her own pocket

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Law | 15 June 2017

Schaumberg residents protest against years of state neglect

A community that has built its own preschool needs government support

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News | 5 June 2017

School governing body members accuse Mohlakeng principal of maladministration

Corruption Watch is investigating the claims

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News | 2 June 2017

“No-fee” school charges parents R207 a year

Crisis brewing: evidence suggests the problem is widespread

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News | 18 May 2017

The no-fee school where parents were forced to pay fees

Long history of corruption at primary school in Gauteng

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News | 24 April 2017

New union federation launched

SA Federation of Trade Unions tackles issue of worker control

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News | 22 April 2017

No “blank cheque” for Cash Paymaster Services, says Court

Constitutional Court hears Black Sash case on social grants

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News | 15 March 2017

Corruption in schools: principals identified as the main culprits

Corruption Watch report on 1,400 cases of corruption in schools

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News | 6 March 2017

Mashaba has incited xenophobia, says immigrants’ spokesperson

African Diaspora Forum has tried in vain to meet organisers of Friday’s anti-immigrant march

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News | 23 February 2017