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Court halts driving licence demerit system

Legislation is unconstitutional, rules judge

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Law | 13 January 2022

45,000 commuters use four toilets at Mthatha taxi rank

Construction of a new rank has been halted since 2010

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News | 8 December 2021

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s hometown: no country for old women

Girls from the age of five and women into their 70s fetch water from a river in a town that has never had tap water

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Feature | 25 November 2021

Concourt gives man go-ahead to file late road accident claim

Koos Jacobs was unable to lodge his claim within the prescribed three years due to mental incapacity from his injuries

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Law | 19 November 2021

E-hailing drivers march through Cape Town

They are demanding that companies like Uber reduce fees

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Brief | 12 November 2021

Eastern Cape villagers refused to vote because of no-show mayor

At the Phungulelweni voting station in Ntabankulu Local Municipality only nine people voted

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News | 11 November 2021

PRASA liable for injuries to man thrown from train

Supreme Court of Appeal delivers landmark judgment in a case involving a man attacked on a train in Stellenbosch in 2011

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Law | 10 November 2021

Willowvale is where government projects go to die

“If we want things done here, we either protest or do them ourselves” says a resident of this part of the Eastern Cape

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News | 9 November 2021

Eastern Cape villagers want to know why a new road never reached them

Their old road is impassable when it rains

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Brief | 4 November 2021

Immigrants in Gqeberha say they live in fear after Cele and Mbalula’s remarks

“They came here to fan xenophobia” says informal trader

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News | 22 October 2021

Fifteen years later still no footbridge for Cape Flats’ school children

A bridge to cross the Vygieskraal River in Kewtown has been on the City of Cape Town’s to do list since 2006

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News | 22 September 2021

Patrollers say MK “veterans” duped them about PRASA jobs

PRASA has failed to clarify the situation

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News | 21 September 2021

Mother pleads with strained Dial-a-Ride service to help get her daughter to school

Her daughter is among thousands of people on the City-run service’s waiting list

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Brief | 16 September 2021

KwaMashu commuters must wait another year to catch the next train

Thembalihle railway station allowed to go to ruin

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News | 10 September 2021

Violence unleashed against Gqeberha’s e-hailing drivers

Taxi operators are accused of targeting the e-hailing drivers for “stealing” their customers at Greenacres mall

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News | 9 September 2021