Articles by Liezl Human

Women march against evictions in Drakenstein

“Share the land with those who work on it”

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Brief | 6 March 2020

PRASA fails to implement security plan as court ordered

#UniteBehind now wants Minister of Transport to intervene

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Brief | 4 March 2020

PRASA fails to provide security plan to court

It was due in December

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Brief | 26 February 2020

Payouts to injured workers held up by faulty government software

New R300 million Compensation Fund software isn’t working

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Brief | 25 February 2020

Small organisation fights pollution in Cape Town rivers

New app for short-term cleaning contracts to be released in April

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Brief | 25 February 2020

“The struggle against corruption is a struggle for human rights”

Civil society working group submits recommendations to Zondo Commission

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News | 19 February 2020

PRASA vs Siyangena: #UniteBehind joins court case to force rail agency to fight for billions of rands

PRASA doesn’t even have a law firm to represent it in huge upcoming legal battle

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News | 14 February 2020

Soiled Milnerton lagoon cannot wait three years, says OUTA

Joe Slovo informal settlement needs proper sanitation and the Potsdam Wastewater Treatment Works needs to be fixed

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News | 13 February 2020

UWC students protest while classes are suspended

Some protesters are demanding registration for all students, regardless of whether or not they have paid fees

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Brief | 6 February 2020

Werksmans boots PRASA off the train

Law firm drops rail company for not paying R7.8 million invoice

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Brief | 5 February 2020

#UniteBehind takes Minister of Transport to court over PRASA

PRASA announces technical team to assist recently appointed Administrator

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Brief | 5 February 2020

UWC students protest over lack of accommodation

SRC says there will be no classes until situation is resolved

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News | 4 February 2020

Cape Town garden changes lives for homeless people

“You have to have an ID, otherwise it is as if you don’t exist”

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News | 3 February 2020

Over 100 judgments have been outstanding for more than six months

This is up from 87 at the end of 2018

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News | 27 January 2020

Muddle over Cape High Court’s late judgments

Judge President Hlophe fails to explain why numbers don’t match

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News | 27 January 2020

Woodstock pensioner fights her eviction

Landlord pushed up rent by 37%

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News | 16 January 2020