Articles for Lucas Nowicki

Covid-19 concerns at homeless camp after officers test positive

Up to a week after being tested, dozens of people staying at the City of Cape Town’s Strandontein camp don’t have their results

By and

News | 1 May 2020

Covid-19 prolongs Makhanda water crisis

Hundreds of millions budgeted for bulk water and sanitation projects to be shifted to emergency response plan

By

News | 29 April 2020

Covid-19: Boycott threatened over online teaching

Student bodies demand equal access for all students before remote learning can commence

By

News | 21 April 2020

Covid-19: Police use rubber bullets to stop homeless people leaving camp

Street people claim they are not being fed and they were deceived about conditions

By and

News | 7 April 2020

Covid-19: Lockdown regulations threaten livelihoods of line fishermen

“Everybody needs the snoek run to make it through the year”

By

News | 7 April 2020

Covid-19: Police close shop because owner could not colour print trading permit

“Where am I supposed to find a place to print it when all the internet stores are closed?”

By

Brief | 2 April 2020

Covid-19: Police arrest shopkeeper for trading without a permit

Shop was selling food and is exempt under disaster regulations

By

Brief | 31 March 2020

Covid-19: Homeless people in Muizenberg are afraid and anxious

“No one has talked to us about the virus. We don’t know what it can do to us. All we know is that you must wash your hands.”

By

Brief | 27 March 2020

In photos: Day one of lockdown

Soldiers and police patrol streets asking residents to stay at home

By and

Photo Essay | 27 March 2020

Covid-19: Makhanda residents and Red Cross concerned over water scarcity

Makana municipality says it does not have enough water to stop cuts

By

Brief | 19 March 2020

Makana mayor and Municipal Manager face six months in prison

Mphalwa and Mene given 30 days to “fix” Makhanda landfill site

By

Brief | 5 March 2020

No end to water rationing in Makhanda

Water crisis could have been avoided, says residents’ association

By

News | 2 March 2020

Metrorail’s skorokoro trains

Cape Town’s trains are hard to love

By

Photo Essay | 7 February 2020

University shutdown threatened

Building burnt at UKZN as protests against student debt escalate

By

News | 30 January 2020

Greenmarket Square refugees reject City of Cape Town’s offer of reintegration

Cape High Court expected to rule tomorrow on whether City can enforce by-laws

By

Brief | 27 January 2020

R1 billion to be spent on Cape Town’s broken Central Line, promises PRASA

But line still won’t be fully open until 2021

By

Brief | 23 January 2020