Articles by Mkhuseli Sizani

UIF applicants forced to break Covid-19 curfew rule

Some people say they queue from 3am outside Department of Labour offices in Port Elizabeth

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27 January 2021

Violence erupts over electricity in Port Elizabeth

Residents of informal settlement retaliate with stones after nearby homeowners cut illegal connections

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27 January 2021

Covid-19 beach closures threaten the livelihoods of car guards

“This job gave me a sense of independence and pride”

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25 January 2021

“I have tried all the tricks … but with no success” says frustrated Covid-19 grant applicant

Despite new Post Office system, snaking queues are the norm in Port Elizabeth

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22 January 2021

Police officers accused of assault barred from community by angry residents

The officers allegedly beat up a 20-year-old for breaking curfew regulations

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20 January 2021

Family of child crushed by stormwater pipe says municipality is responsible

Six-year-old Phawu Mandiyase was playing with his friend when the incident occured

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20 January 2021

Covid-19: Cookhouse police accused of beatings during curfew

A 20-year-old says he were punched and kicked outside his mother's house

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12 January 2021

Horse grooms can claim UIF, rules CCMA

Department of Labour’s system showed that they had absconded from work

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30 November 2020

Kirkwood erupts over vigilante violence

Youths accused of being gangsters take revenge on anti-crime forum members

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27 November 2020

Police intervene as homeowners clash with shack dwellers over illegal connections

The municipality is assessing whether the shacks can get electricity

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25 November 2020

Residents punished for municipal water bill mix-up

Electricity cut off because of unpaid water accounts which residents say they never received

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24 November 2020

Bus drivers protest for Covid relief

More than 300 Algoa Bus Company employees want to know what has happened to TERS payments

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23 November 2020

Neighbours in standoff over illegal electrical connections

Over 200 households were left in the dark when an overloaded powerline exploded this week

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13 November 2020

Community demand answers over incomplete water pipeline

The project is expected to deliver water to more than 5,000 households whose taps ran dry several years ago

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12 November 2020

Steve Tshwete Stadium collapsing and taking local sport with it

Mayor blames vandals and lack of cooperation from local teams

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9 November 2020