Articles by Mkhuseli Sizani

Protesters occupy Housing Development Agency

They are demanding money for rent while their homes are being rebuilt

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3 March 2021

Chaos erupts at Gqeberha taxi ranks over Covid-19 funds

Taxi association blames labour department for divulging payment information to drivers

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24 February 2021

Patients turned away as clinics close over health worker protests

Union pleads for government to intervene as “the poor are suffering”

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23 February 2021

Cars and buses torched in electricity protest

Protesters accuse Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality of breaking its promises

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22 February 2021

Forced closure of Humansdorp co-op hits farmers

Striking workers vow to keep co-op shut until grievances addressed

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17 February 2021

People’s lives left on hold while Master of the High Court turns away clients

People are struggling to wind up the estates of family members because they cannot access court services

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16 February 2021

Spaza owners protest after Port Elizabeth murders

“We cannot live like hunted animals”

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15 February 2021

Burst pipe leaves thousands without water in PE

“We have not seen a water tanker assisting us”

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10 February 2021

Covid-19 grant beneficiaries find post offices offline, closed or chaotic

Beneficiaries spend R50 of their R350 grant to reach a functioning post office

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10 February 2021

Port Elizabeth shack dwellers block roads, demanding electricity

Residents had expected municipality to meet with them after violent protests two weeks ago

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9 February 2021

Animal feed plant shut down by wage dispute

Striking workers dismissed in Cookhouse

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8 February 2021

“We are desperate”: Covid-19 grant beneficiaries still hope for a reprieve

“We really need this grant, as small as it may appear”

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1 February 2021

Police use pepper spray against Covid-19 grant queue in East London

Desperate rush to collect grants as deadline looms

By Nombulelo Damba-Hendrik, Mkhuseli Sizani, Thamsanqa Mbovane, Masego Mafata, Lloyd Dyongman and Marecia Damons

29 January 2021

Emotional farewell to child crushed by stormwater pipe

Probes into Phawu Mandiyase’s death continue

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29 January 2021

Covid-19: Empty beaches leave traders stranded

“The closure of beaches has taken away our daily bread”

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29 January 2021

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