Articles by Julia Chaskalson

Activists furious with delays in child shooting case

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


20 October 2017

Hekpoort settlement has been trying for 12 years to get water

Frustrated Schaumburg residents fed-up with politicians


11 October 2017

R2K demands cheaper airtime and data

Picket outside cellphone companies’ offices


19 September 2017

“Mayor should go to jail” over water failures

Judge describes Limpopo municipality as “disgraceful”


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


11 September 2017

Immigrants make Johannesburg a vibrant city, says rights organisation

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


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


15 June 2017

Schaumberg residents protest against years of state neglect

A community that has built its own preschool needs government support

By and

5 June 2017

“No-fee” school charges parents R207 a year

Crisis brewing: evidence suggests the problem is widespread


18 May 2017

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

Long history of corruption at primary school in Gauteng


24 April 2017

New union federation launched

SA Federation of Trade Unions tackles issue of worker control


22 April 2017

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

Constitutional Court hears Black Sash case on social grants


15 March 2017

Corruption in schools: principals identified as the main culprits

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


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


23 February 2017