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Cape Town mother has to beg for money to buy nappies for her disabled son

15-year-old Donnel, who has hydrocephalus, wants to go to school

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News | 15 November 2022

“We begged them not to take our belongings”

Homeless community removed from Gqeberha’s Grahamstown Bridge

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Brief | 11 November 2022

Xhora Mouth in the Eastern Cape is starting to thrive

The making of a vibrant village

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Feature | 2 November 2022

Dismissed guards ask UCT to insource them

“Unfair discrimination” say 31 dismissed security guards, conned by student activist, as they approach UCT’s COO to be insourced

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Brief | 1 November 2022

Homeless: Hundreds volunteer to count people living on the streets of Tshwane

This will help give more accurate data and steps needed to assist homeless people in the metro

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News | 21 October 2022

Call for Treasury to tax the rich to pay for a Basic Income Grant

“Government has ignored poor and marginalised people for too long”

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News | 18 October 2022

Limpopo shopping mall closed by protesters demanding jobs

Road closed and learners miss school

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Brief | 13 October 2022

About 7.5 million people receive the R350 grant

Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu also announces top-up grant for relatives caring for orphans

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News | 11 October 2022

Changing the way a town views its car guards

The Abakhuseli Skills for Life project currently works with about 40 car guards across Makhanda

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News | 4 October 2022

Exploitation of car guards cannot continue unchallenged

“Nobody pays to work, yet if I do not pay to work, they will just get the next person”

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Opinion | 7 September 2022

Unemployed youths march in Musina to demand jobs

“When will I get a chance to benefit” asks jobless 25-year-old

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Brief | 1 September 2022

Basic Income Grant: how it would work

Research shows the grant can help end hunger and also contribute to economic growth

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Debate | 31 August 2022

Prospects and pessimism at jobs roadshow

Bitou municipality and national departments and agencies presented opportunities to young people. Some attendees welcomed it, but others remained doubtful.

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News | 21 August 2022

Traders at the historic Salt River Market will be excluded from new City development

“This is our livelihood, my bread and butter” says trader

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News | 17 August 2022

Most applicants for Social Relief of Distress grants are young

Approximately 600,000 SRD grant applicants hold tertiary qualifications

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Brief | 5 August 2022