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12 years after a court ordered it, government plans to build a special needs school

Eastern Cape education department’s plan commits to building permanent school by 2027

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News | 4 July 2022

Officials warn of “collapse” of health service but court says they are to blame

Eastern Cape judges refer damning ruling to NPA to consider prosecution

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Law | 22 June 2022

Publishers slam state agency tasked with funding media

The Association of Independent Publishers says it plans to take legal action against the Media Diversity and Development Agency

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News | 8 June 2022

Municipality fails to pay its workers their May salaries

Community leaders call for Amahlathi municipality to be disbanded

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News | 6 June 2022

Cape Town’s famous Long Street signage is illegal, says court

The City of Cape Town has been trying for years to remove the signage

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News | 1 June 2022

City of Johannesburg leaves historic Kliptown site to rot

Now volunteers are cleaning up neglected Walter Sisulu Square

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News | 19 May 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

Huge factory building stripped bare in Hout Bay harbour while Public Works department dithers

Former Oceana fishmeal plant could have been used for a community project, says fisher

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News | 29 April 2022

R9.3-million and nothing to show for Limpopo tourism project

Government says the project is discontinued

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News | 22 April 2022

Residents of Kirkwood join farm workers to shut down Eastern Cape town

The workers are demanding higher wages and the residents of the town demand electricity, water and a police station

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Brief | 20 April 2022

Major shift in housing policy is an opportunity for civil society

We need a comprehensive approach to site and service schemes

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Opinion | 14 April 2022

Not our problem, say two municipalities as road falls apart

Neither Madibeng nor Tshwane are taking responsibility for the upkeep of the Kgabalatsane to Ga-Rankuwa road

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Brief | 7 April 2022

Not much sign of “houses, security and comfort” where the Freedom Charter was signed

Behind Walter Sisulu Square are crumbling houses and crowded informal settlements

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Feature | 5 April 2022

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality let libraries go to ruin during lockdown

Four libraries, closed since March 2020, unlikely to open any time soon

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Brief | 1 April 2022

Water protests erupt in Limpopo town

Molemole shut down by protesters angered by municipal water bills

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News | 29 March 2022