Articles by Kim Reynolds

Law change will make it illegal to charge for adoption services

Organisations are concerned the number of adoptions will decline

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Brief | 8 February 2019

Khayelitsha clinic saves lives of our best friends

Mdzananda Animal Clinic treats nearly 700 animals a month

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Photo Essay | 1 February 2019

High Court judge accused of “impeachable conduct”

#UniteBehind has lodged a complaint against Judge Tintswalo Annah Nana Makhubele with the JSC

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News | 25 January 2019

Thousands of learners still don’t have transport to school

Equal Education calls for change in funding

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Feature | 18 January 2019

New social grant for families

Deadline approaches for key amendments to foster care grants

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News | 14 December 2018

Slight improvement in backlog at Western Cape High Court

But 16 judgments have been outstanding for at least six months

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Law | 13 December 2018

Public Works workers demand permanent employment

Protesters demand insourcing, permanent jobs, and trade union representation

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News | 29 November 2018

Herzlia alumni “condemn” punishment of students who protested

Letter of support written for two learners that knelt during the Israeli national anthem

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News | 19 November 2018

Learners take a knee during Israeli national anthem

Herzlia School says the two students face “disciplinary and educational” consequences

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Brief | 14 November 2018

Corruption Watch announces project to hold police accountable

New website will allow people to report police corruption

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Brief | 8 November 2018

Police and MPs blame immigrants, unemployment, gangs, and each other for crime

Much grandstanding, little substance in Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Police hearing

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News | 30 October 2018

Court blocks activist event in Woodstock

City of Cape Town brought an urgent application against Reclaim the City

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News | 27 October 2018

Major precedent set for communities affected by mining

Constitutional Court judge quotes Fanon: to “strip someone of their source of livelihood, then you strip them of their dignity too”

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News | 26 October 2018

Mayhem in Atlantis over building of community hall

Rubber bullets fired and shop looted

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Photo Essay | 18 October 2018

Human rights lawyer charged for pointing his finger at policeman

Richard Spoor charged under apartheid era Transkei penal code

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Brief | 15 October 2018

The long wait for a foster care grant

Newcastle man has waited more than a year for a grant for a child in his care

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News | 12 October 2018