Articles for Steve Kretzmann

Treasury covering up grand-scale corruption at PRASA

Deputy Finance Minister Sfiso Buthelezi and former CEO Lucky Montana implicated over and over again

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Feature | 29 November 2017

More questions than answers over delayed foreshore project

City official cites confidentiality when grilled by councillors


News | 10 November 2017

Airbnb and Cape Town’s rising rents: an interview with Chris Lehane

The company’s strategy boss says regulation is welcome. But why hasn’t government done so?


Interview | 23 October 2017

Fishing quotas killed Waylon, say Hawston residents

25-year-old drowned trying to learn to dive for abalone


Feature | 20 September 2017

Red Ants turf residents out of Johannesburg building

But legality of inner city eviction under question


News | 19 July 2017

Joburg’s new budget claims to benefit the poor

Rabelani Dagada explains how R56 billion will be spent in coming year


News | 23 May 2017

Small Jo’burg businesses left in the dark

City blames cable theft and previous administration


News | 22 May 2017

Labour department can’t protect workers

One inspector for every 120,000 people


News | 9 May 2017

ANC councillor named on charge sheet following Save SA attack

Save SA accuse Youth League chair Lesego Makhubela and Shoshanguve councillor JJ Baloyi of theft and intimidation


News | 6 April 2017

Port Elizabeth’s ward 26: an ANC divided

While the ruling party is unlikely to lose this ward on Wednesday, it showcases its problems in the city


Feature | 30 July 2016

A look at Port Elizabeth’s most closely contested ward

Ward 38's community lives on the edge of a wasteland


Feature | 25 July 2016

Ward 74: Beautiful valley with an ugly problem

A shortage of housing remains the hot-button issue in Hout Bay


Feature | 18 July 2016

DA vs ANC vs gangs in Manenberg

Severe challenges for one of Cape Town's most closely contested wards


Feature | 7 June 2016

Voters fed up with councillor in Cape Town’s vegetable garden

Urban pressure on Philippi can affect food prices across city


Analysis | 31 March 2016

Ward 69: Fragmented by apartheid era planning

This area will be closely contested in the Municipal elections


Feature | 1 February 2016

‘City lied about land’ claim Masiphumelele leaders

Many people without land are still living in the community hall following last year’s fire


News | 21 January 2016