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Delft residents march to Premier Winde’s office

“We have been staying in Tsunami for 15 years, but we still don’t have electricity”

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Brief | 1 July 2022

Shack dwellers call for their settlements to be recognised

Mfuleni residents march to Cape Town Civic Centre

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Brief | 30 June 2022

“Our living conditions are disgusting and dehumanising”

Sewage overflowing into homes in Gqeberha township

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News | 29 June 2022

Broken toilets are a big problem across Cape Town’s townships

In a Khayelitsha neighbourhood, it’s so bad that instead of using the City-supplied toilets, people are defecating in buckets and throwing the waste in a field

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News | 27 June 2022

Limpopo villagers have to buy water with their social grants

Two years ago the water situation in Mtititi was dire. Now it’s even worse

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News | 24 June 2022

Marikana families remain in the dark five years after landmark ruling

City of Cape Town says its still in the process of buying the parcels of land where about 40,000 people live in Philippi East

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News | 23 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

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

Human Rights Commission steps in to tackle Limpopo sewage problem

Commission to monitor Mogalakwena municipality

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News | 12 May 2022

Video: Where others see trash, Anna and Harriet see treasure

Two entrepreneurs have been running a successful waste recycling business for over a decade

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Video | 9 May 2022

Diarrhoea cases in children surge in Cape Town

This spike comes after several years of improvement. A public health expert is worried that sewage spills might be the cause

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Feature | 6 May 2022

Fifty families share two toilets in Taiwan, Khayelitsha

Toilets have not been cleaned for five weeks

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Brief | 26 April 2022

Mfuleni families left to use the canal as a toilet

Chemical toilets fill up, flush toilets are blocked

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News | 19 April 2022

“My dog gets water every day but these people get it every second week,” says ward councillor

Gqeberha shack dwellers shut down R75 on Wednesday morning, demanding more services

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Brief | 13 April 2022

Diepsloot business owners take on Gauteng Premier

New Act to invigorate the township economy won’t make a difference if basic services are not improved, business owners tell David Makhura

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News | 13 April 2022