Hundreds march to Union Buildings over health system corruption

Protesters speak of ignorance and bigotry from clinic staff

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19 October 2021

Little Zimbabwe community grimly struggles on

Mostly undocumented immigrants live in leaking shacks without sanitation, water or electricity in this small informal settlement in Marabastad, Pretoria. But they say they are happy to be left in peace

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6 October 2021

Mamelodi flood victims want City to honour promise to relocate them

City of Tshwane says it is busy acquiring land and planning a new township in Pienaarspoort

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28 September 2021

Court victory for blind people after 11-year battle

The “book famine” is over as Copyright Act declared unconstitutional

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21 September 2021

Patrollers say MK “veterans” duped them about PRASA jobs

PRASA has failed to clarify the situation

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21 September 2021

PRASA sues whistleblower for R45 million

The rail agency refused to answer questions on its legal action against suspended head of legal services Martha Ngoye

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27 August 2021

PRASA promises to fix Pretoria’s collapsing train stations

The rail agency says it plans to make its dilapidated stations “functional” by end of March and address their “look and feel” by December 2022

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23 August 2021

Court rebukes minister for refusing to appoint white magistrate

Martin Kroukamp was recommended to be Alberton’s Senior Magistrate in 2011. A decade later he may finally be appointed

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19 August 2021

Court orders church to pay transgender woman R600,000 in damages

International Pentecost Holiness Church members undressed Karabo Ndlovu to conduct a gender test

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4 August 2021

Law graduates to challenge legal profession’s discrimination against immigrants

Zimbabwean-born and fully South African qualified advocate works as a waiter because of legal profession’s rules

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27 July 2021

Dodgy Lottery: Judge dismisses attempt to block SIU investigating lottery millions

Gauteng High Court has dismissed Ramulifho associate Liesl Moses’s interdict to keep the SIU from investigating her

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23 July 2021

Life Esidimeni repeatedly warned health department, inquest hears

Former managing director describes transfer of patients by health department as “hurried”, “haphazard” and not conforming to discharge procedures

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21 July 2021

Life Esidimeni inquest will determine if health officials could be criminally convicted

Previous arbitration process found the deaths were not natural but caused unlawfully and negligently by government employees

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20 July 2021

Equal Education goes back to court to force government to feed hungry school children

Minister Motshekga and eight provincial education MECs in contempt of court, says NGO

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5 July 2021

Domestic workers celebrate workplace gains

“There are still a number of our rights that are not recognised. We still have to fight”

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18 June 2021

Dispute over quality of prison food

Correctional services say claims by Prisoners at Leeuwkop Maximum Prison are “nowhere near reality”

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11 June 2021