Articles for Nokulunga Majola

Villagers have to carry their dead over a “dangerous” river

Children stay away from school when rains fill the river

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News | 1 September 2020

Cash-strapped commuters relieved that trains have resumed

PRASA says it’s working to restore services on routes hardest hit by theft and vandalism during lockdown

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News | 25 August 2020

Thousands of long-term child centre jobs on the line

Early childhood development centres countrywide protest for assistance from Social Development Minister

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News | 21 August 2020

This Grade 11 learner walks 20 km to and from school daily

“By the time they get to school, they are tired, thirsty and hungry from walking”

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News | 18 August 2020

Wear a mask or face a fine, taxi associations warn drivers

“We are pleading with them to always wear their masks, sanitise and wash their hands before and after every trip”

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Brief | 30 July 2020

Family of 13 living in a shack have “tried everything” but “there are just no jobs”

“I am trying my best to get them a house or a decent place to live in,” says ward councillor

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Brief | 29 July 2020

Municipality hands over RDP houses without water, toilets or electricity

Beneficiaries of the housing project say they’ve been battling since they moved in four years ago

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News | 28 July 2020

Cooking up a storm: restaurant staff protest across South Africa

Curfew and alcohol ban cited as major factors as the industry sheds thousands of jobs

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News | 22 July 2020

Unemployed Cato Crest women start chicken farm to feed their families

“We are determined to make a success of this”

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Brief | 20 July 2020

Long queues for Covid-19 relief grants

Post Office urges people to wait for an SMS confirming funds are available

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News | 14 July 2020

Homeless people in lockdown complete computer training

Organisation says graduates can get typing jobs or work at an internet cafe

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News | 3 July 2020

Protesters against gender-based violence complain of being manhandled by police

Arrested demonstrators were crammed into vans and kept together in a cell for breaking Covid-19 regulations

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News | 2 July 2020

Taxis operating at full capacity

Some commuters and drivers say they fear for their safety but have no choice

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News | 30 June 2020

Taxis in KZN to defy lockdown regulations

Taxis plan to operate at full capacity from Monday

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Brief | 26 June 2020

Residents thank Covid-19 pandemic for sanitation

After 23 years using a pit latrine, community gets chemical toilets

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Brief | 19 June 2020