Covid-19: Circumcision schools suspended in Eastern Cape

Teams sent to Chris Hani, Komani, OR Tambo and Port St John’s to “rescue boys” in illegal schools, says Provincial Chair of House of Traditional leaders

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23 March 2020

Equal Education pickets outside Eastern Cape State of the Province address

EE wants R4.3 million saved at this year’s official opening of the legislature to be allocated to fixing schools

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28 June 2019

Bhisho ratepayers rebel

On Monday protesters shut down the Eastern Cape capital

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30 April 2019

NEHAWU threatens to “close” Eastern Cape

Union says provincial health department is dysfunctional

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25 October 2018

Court orders end to mud schools

Equal Education scores major victory in Bhisho

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19 July 2018

Education department argues it’s not responsible for shoddy schools

Judgment reserved in case on norms and standards in Bhisho High Court

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16 March 2018

Equal Education in court against Motshekga over broken schools

Education department says it is dependent on other parts of government to fix schools

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15 March 2018

Health care workers fight for recognition by department

“When I die, my children get nothing after so many years of working. I get nothing even when I retire; not even UIF”

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10 November 2017

Fort Hare students to be evicted

Bhisho High Court grants order

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4 October 2016

Some Bhisho families have two RDP houses, while others have none

Residents of Tyutyu Location still waiting for their houses

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2 August 2016

“Glitch” with invoice delays R34 million Bhisho memorial centre

Department of Public Works did not pay engineers

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28 July 2016

“My school looks like a place for cows”

Eastern Cape students march on Bhisho

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25 April 2016