Articles by Kristine Liao

One third of domestic workers are still not registered for UIF

Employers cite problems with uFiling system

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News | 13 June 2019

Khayelitsha school plans to cut water bill by R50,000 a month

Design collective seeks to establish urban farms and sustainable infrastructure at township schools

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News | 12 June 2019

KZN district is beating the HIV epidemic

Eshowe has reached UN targets a year ahead of schedule

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News | 12 June 2019

Medscheme workers end strike

Compromise on performance bonus budget of R19 million

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Brief | 3 June 2019

Medscheme workers strike over bonus payment

NEHAWU has refused Medscheme’s proposal to distribute R14.7 million among its more than 4,000 employees nationally.

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Brief | 30 May 2019

Last minute reprieve for Khayelitsha dogs

Mdzananda Animal Clinic’s appeal for help gets positive response across city

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News | 23 May 2019

Garden for psychiatric patients struggles to find funding

Lentegeur Market Garden may not make it through the year

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News | 21 May 2019

Minister promises to finalise District Six restitution plan in August

Two decades later, District Six claimants still have no idea when they’re going to receive restitution

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News | 17 May 2019

40% of Metrorail trains are out-of-service

And only half the rest have the standard 12 carriages

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Brief | 16 May 2019

Desalination plant ends contract with City of Cape Town

Waterfront’s dirty sea water causes dispute that is heading to court

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Brief | 15 May 2019

Dirty sea water brings Cape Town desalination plant to a halt

Desalination plant contractor said water was “40 times dirtier” than expected

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News | 6 May 2019

Workers’ Day: Cleaner dreams of running her own business

Zanele Tasana loves her work but wants to make more money for her grandchildren

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Feature | 1 May 2019

Deadline for families facing eviction from Noordhoek land

Landowner Judy Sole offered each family R35,000

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News | 30 April 2019

Judge lodges complaint against judge

Judge Tuchten raised questions about Judge Makhubele’s role in a PRASA dispute. Now she accuses him of racism

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Law | 30 April 2019

More people now qualify for legal aid

Substantial changes made to means testing to account for inflation and the rising cost of living

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Brief | 29 April 2019

Train arson suspect in court on Wednesday

Western Cape has increased its available train sets from 39 in December 2018 to 56 currently

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News | 23 April 2019