Articles for Joseph Chirume

Labour Court sets aside dismissal of immigrant lecturers

Port Elizabeth TVET College ordered to explain its action in court

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News | 1 February 2023

Gqeberha beachgoers will have to wait for the municipality to fix these filthy buildings

New Brighton beach facilities have been left to ruin

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Brief | 14 December 2022

Somali owners close spaza shops as crime rises in Gqeberha

Police are no longer trusted by many immigrants

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News | 13 December 2022

The Fish River runs through Cradock, but the town faces a water crisis

Department of Water and Sanitation blames Chris Hani municipality, municipality blames load-shedding

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News | 7 December 2022

Learners take the lead in gay pride march in Gqeberha

About 60 learners and some adults marched on Saturday in KwaMagxaki to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community

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Brief | 28 November 2022

Gqeberha is losing the war on dumping

Nearly 2,000 illegal dumpsites in Nelson Mandela Bay

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Brief | 11 November 2022

Problems crash Gqeberha 10111 emergency line

Loadshedding, staff shortages and a fire leave residents furious at slow police response

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News | 3 November 2022

Rubbish piles up outside Gqeberha primary school

Illegal dump hasn’t been cleared since March

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Brief | 2 November 2022

Eastern Cape farm families plead for access to electricity and water

But farmers explain it is too costly for them to pay to install the infrastructure

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News | 31 October 2022

Nurses back at work at Gqeberha clinics

Clinics were closed after death of Zenizole Vena

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Brief | 24 October 2022

Truck torched in Gqeberha protest

Khayamnandi protesters blame frequent changes in leadership for lack of development

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Brief | 19 October 2022

Maternity wards at Dora Nginza Hospital “chaotic” as nurses down tools

Striking nurses say they are overwhelmed with patients and do not have enough beds to give proper care

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News | 7 October 2022

Nurses refuse to work at two clinics in Motherwell

Union says clinic staff are “overwhelmed” and fear being targeted following death of teenager

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News | 5 October 2022

Health department investigates clinic after teen rape victim dies at police station

It is alleged that clinic staff sent 15-year-old Zenizole Vena to the police station rather than treating her

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News | 30 September 2022

Bleak future for Zimbabwean families depending on breadwinners in South Africa

Remittances to Zimbabwe in jeopardy if relatives lose the right to work legally in SA

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News | 28 September 2022