Battle of the bakkie: Ouma Katrina Esau’s vehicle at the centre of a DA-ANC row

Upington ANC councillor suspected that the bakkie donated to “living legend” Esau was being used for political purposes

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News | 23 September 2021

Former political prisoner scratches out his image on Upington 26 monument in protest

“I didn’t fight to get a monument. I fought to get a better life”

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Brief | 29 June 2021

Youth Day event charges a packet of sanitary pads as entrance fee

Campaign to collect pads for people who can’t afford them

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Brief | 17 June 2021

Upington residents battle to get to vaccination site

Taxi fare is too high for some to afford

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Brief | 9 June 2021

Spectacular photos of Augrabies Falls in flood

“Place of Great Noise” lives up to its name

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Photo Essay | 11 February 2021

Upington coalition demands water, toilets and cheaper electricity

Municipality promises to hold special meeting

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Brief | 30 November 2020

Covid-19: Fake news costs workers their wages

Workers from so-called “hotspot” told to stay home

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News | 23 June 2020

Covid-19: Filthy toilets, no water … fighting the virus in Upington’s informal settlements

Toilets haven’t been emptied for weeks in some places

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News | 3 April 2020

School for disabled battles to stay open

Seven teachers resign at Oasis centre in Upington

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News | 6 March 2020

Former “Upington 26” prisoner remembered

Ivan Kazi’s death leaves 14 of the 26 still alive

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News | 31 January 2020

Township schools run sports events in the street

MEC tells schools to apply for Lottery funding

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Brief | 24 January 2020

Immigrant shop owner under police protection after looting

Spate of xenophobic violence follows murder of policeman

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Brief | 22 January 2020

Nine hundred Upington learners start school without any toilets at all

Mobile toilets company refuses to bring back toilets because owner says he has not been paid

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Brief | 15 January 2020

Ex-political prisoner dies, leaving family in poverty

Albert Tywili was one of the Upington 14

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Brief | 6 November 2019

Apartheid survives beyond the grave

Upington’s neglected cemeteries reflect the divisions of the past

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News | 12 February 2018

Telling the story of the“Upington 26”

Locked gates keep residents out of memorial

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News | 1 July 2016