Articles for Benita Enoch

Habib commits to securing Wits

Apologises to university for protesters disrupting Braamfontein campus yesterday

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News | 4 October 2016

Ihron Rensburg commits to keeping University of Johannesburg open

But three academics ask for security guards to be removed

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News | 29 September 2016

Adam Habib: Wits is reaching a point of no return

Vice-Chancellor speaks on the student protests, a poll on whether Wits should resume lectures, and the consequences of a shutdown

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Interview | 28 September 2016

Wits to run poll: Should university reopen?

SRC president threatens to make country ungovernable if free education demand not met

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Brief | 27 September 2016

Here’s what Diepsloot residents want their newly elected councillors to do

But lack of availability of councillors does not bode well

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News | 18 August 2016

Official who offered bribe for driver’s licence suspended

He will face a disciplinary hearing

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Brief | 20 July 2016

State employee who offered bribe still has his job

City claims investigation still ongoing

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News | 18 July 2016

How to bribe your way to a licence in Johannesburg

Blatant corruption at Randburg Licensing Department

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News | 30 June 2016

Cosatu expresses support for Didiza to be Tshwane mayor

The federation of trade unions says unemployment is fueling the infighting over councillor positions

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Brief | 24 June 2016

The musician who sings gay love songs in isiXhosa

Majola produces his first album

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News | 8 June 2016

Safety for Diepsloot’s cyclists just got better

Appeal to donate safety gear to cyclists across the country

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News | 27 May 2016

Diepsloot children taught water safety after Angel Sibanda’s drowning

Water safety to be part of school curriculum from 2018

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News | 25 May 2016

Civil society organisations rally against Zuma

Speakers in Soweto urge people to take to the streets

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News | 16 April 2016

Evidence of plague found in rat in Tembisa rubbish dump

No immediate threat to health, say scientists

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News | 5 April 2016

Tough questions for Eskom after electrocution of nine-year-old

Earth leakage failed but power supplier blames landlord

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News | 1 April 2016

City councillor promises electricity for Zandspruit

But no budget or timeframe has been provided for this

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News | 17 March 2016