Articles by Madison Yauger

Extinction Rebellion urges Environment Minister to declare climate emergency

“This is the time for you to act”, Creecy told

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News | 5 December 2019

Metropolitan cites obscure rule to withhold full amount of interest from Durbanville man

Company denies claim but offers to pay half as “goodwill gesture”

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News | 2 December 2019

Decision on disputed Sea Point property expected in 2020

“The applicants’ rights and the state’s obligations are two sides of the same coin”

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Law | 29 November 2019

Phyllis Jowell Jewish Day School promises some affordable housing on Tafelberg site

But social housing won’t work, says school’s advocate

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Law | 28 November 2019

Judges question province’s argument in Tafelberg case

No social housing has been built in the inner city, says judge

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Law | 27 November 2019

UNHCR refugee protest stems from failures at Home Affairs

Long delays, inefficiencies and obstructionism causes frustration and anger among asylum seekers

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News | 27 November 2019

Province defends its actions on Tafelberg sale

“We can only give more to housing at a cost to education”

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News | 26 November 2019

Taxi association “bans” e-hailing services in Khayelitsha

Government says taxi operators cannot take the law into their own hands

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News | 26 November 2019

Court case on future of Sea Point property begins

Western Cape government wants Tafelberg to be sold to a private school, while housing activists want it to be used for affordable housing

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Law | 25 November 2019

Land activists march through Sea Point ahead of court case

Tafelberg property to be sold to a private school developer, but Reclaim the City want it for affordable housing

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News | 22 November 2019

High Court orders PRASA to create safety plan for railway security

Safety of railway commuters put at risk by PRASA terminating contracts

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News | 19 November 2019

Greenmarket Square traders ask government to address refugee situation

Some traders on the square have closed up shop because their business has been disrupted

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News | 15 November 2019

Makhanda High Court orders MEC to improve sanitation in school

Judgment follows six years of petitioning Department of Education for new toilets

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News | 13 November 2019

Uber owner claims extortion by taxi drivers - in the police station

Cape Town might soon witness an e-hailing war, says association

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News | 12 November 2019

Extinction Rebellion calls Africa Oil Week delegates “climate criminals”

Activists are demanding that government declare a “climate and ecological emergency”

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News | 8 November 2019