When a car is your only home

People living in their cars face fines of R300 to R500

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News | 12 August 2022

Lottery swindle: the story so far

Investigations have revealed years of looting

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News | 11 August 2022

Spain investigates corrupt “too-tall trains” sale, while South Africa has taken no action

Five years of “disturbing” inaction by the Hawks and NPA

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News | 11 August 2022

Bring back our police station, say Walmer residents

Satellite station in ruins as shootings rise in township

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Brief | 11 August 2022

In drought-stricken Mandela Bay, leaking taps are wasting precious water

We reported a leaking standpipe 18 months ago. It is still leaking

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News | 11 August 2022

Strike in Amathole leaves towns without water

Municipality alleges “deliberate infrastructure sabotage”

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News | 10 August 2022

Occupiers facing eviction refuse to move until their demands are met

About 31 households at Backstage in Khayelitsha want the City to relocate them to serviced sites.

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News | 10 August 2022

Vital court case on NUMSA’s future postponed

A full day has been set aside for the Labour Court in Johannesburg to hear the case next week

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Brief | 10 August 2022

Are judges crossing the line when they speak out?

Some are perilously close to breaking the Code of Judicial Conduct

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Opinion | 10 August 2022

Activists launch #PatrickMustFall campaign

Dozens of women from the Cape Flats protested in Constantia on Monday

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Brief | 9 August 2022

Bodies are still missing after Durban’s devastating April floods

Families lose hope of ever finding their loved ones

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Brief | 8 August 2022

City of Joburg demolished Mama Fifi’s urban farm, but she’s determined to start again

June demolition of Bertrams Urban Farm, running for 16 years, disrupted dozens of feeding schemes

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Video | 8 August 2022

Judge slams bank and its lawyers for shoddy work

The bank took a “cut and paste” approach against a home owner

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Law | 8 August 2022

IPID probes Ekurhuleni cops after four people died during protests

Mayor promises Tembisa residents free basic electricity, debt relief to qualifying households and bins

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News | 5 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

Lottery boss suspended for the third time for suspected corruption

Phillemon Letwaba is accused of abusing his position to enrich himself and his family

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News | 5 August 2022