Articles for Ezekiel Kekana

Two people killed as Tembisa brought to a standstill by protests

Ekurhuleni mayor believes protest is aimed at making the township “ungovernable” for the DA-led coalition

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Brief | 1 August 2022

Tshwane invites bids for Pastor Bushiri’s former stomping ground

Dilapidated Tshwane Events Centre to be rebuilt

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News | 21 July 2022

The roof of this primary school is an accident waiting to happen

Education department says it will refurbish Mohokone Primary in 2023/4

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Brief | 6 July 2022

Daily 240,000 villagers await relief from the “embarrassing” Giyani water project

Minister Senzo Mchunu promised water will be in their homes by September

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Feature | 30 June 2022

Eight years after Michael Komape’s death we visited Limpopo schools to see if their toilets have improved

“Pit toilets pose a fatal risk to the lives, safety and health of learners” says SECTION27

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Feature | 22 June 2022

Protesters burn down mobile classrooms at rural Limpopo school

Department of Education says it plans to build a new school, but won’t say when

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News | 1 June 2022

Former PSL stadium has become a dumping site

Mehlareng stadium in Tembisa used to host top matches

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Brief | 19 May 2022

Pikitup, the pastor and the lost recycling depot

No sign of depot launched by Joyline Josamu

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News | 11 May 2022

Tshwane shelters call for help as winter approaches

Only 2,300 people have a place in shelters in Gauteng

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News | 13 April 2022

It would take 115 years to tar Limpopo’s roads, says Road Agency

Nearly 70% of the province’s roads are still gravel

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News | 24 March 2022

Eight dirty toilets for 1,000 people in Tshwane settlement

Residents of Baghdad settlement in Salvokop go to the church for water and to the tavern to use the toilet

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News | 23 March 2022

Godfrey Thulare was shot in the leg four times. He had to wait two weeks for surgery at a Tshwane hospital

Surgery on a gunshot wound should ideally be within six hours, says doctor

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News | 4 March 2022

PRASA lets stations go to ruin on Pretoria-Pienaarspoort line

PRASA claims it will rebuild and reopen the stations this year

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News | 2 March 2022

Traders are selling goods on the railway tracks in Mamelodi

PRASA vowed to clean up its train stations in Pretoria but very little has been done to improve the service

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News | 18 February 2022

No budget to fix Tshwane’s broken parks

City concedes that public spaces like Burgers Park are in need of “serious intervention”

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News | 17 February 2022