Articles for Kimberly Mutandiro

This is why Tembisa residents started deadly riots

Electricity was at the root of dissatisfaction

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News | 12 August 2022

Joburg traders fear for their future after their lawyers get death threats

In spite of court victory, De Villers Street clothing vendors are nervous

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News | 4 August 2022

We’ll fight eviction, say families living on Joburg railway land

Some people have been living on the Braamfontein site for over two decades

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News | 2 August 2022

“If they try to evict people, there will be bloodshed” say RDP occupiers

City of Ekurhuleni to evict about 500 families occupying houses in Nigel

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News | 26 July 2022

The station traders who beat PRASA

Rail agency sought interdict against traders after Operation Dudula attacks

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Feature | 20 July 2022

Climate justice coalition marches to Ramaphosa’s office

Unions, mining communities, climate and energy activists hand over petition

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Brief | 19 July 2022

Yeoville Market fire was a xenophobic attack, say activists and stall owners

Many immigrant entrepreneurs lost their livelihoods in the fire

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News | 24 June 2022

Why pensioners have been sleeping outside the Constitutional Court

“Government should heal our wounds and give us compensation” says apartheid victim

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News | 20 June 2022

Domestic workers march in Pretoria for decent pay and benefits

“There is a need for domestic workers to unite and fight for our rights” says worker

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Brief | 17 June 2022

Young woman’s dream of becoming an architect crushed in her battle to get asylum

Home Affairs mum on future of stateless and undocumented children living in South Africa

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News | 9 June 2022

Refugees are camping outside the UN offices in Pretoria. Here’s why

Most want to be repatriated to a third country, but authorities say this is impossible

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News | 30 May 2022

“I’m broken inside,” says Springs sex worker after botched illegal abortion

SWEAT wants government to make it easier for sex workers to access adequate healthcare free from stigma

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News | 27 May 2022

Concourt to rule on access to books for blind people

Hundreds march in support of amendments to the Copyright Act that will improve access to published works for blind and visually impaired people

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News | 12 May 2022

Dozens turned away as refugee office reopens after two years

Even people with valid appointments were told to return on Wednesday

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News | 3 May 2022

“I prayed for them to let me live” says Zimbabwean truck driver

Immigrant truck drivers say they live and work in fear of being attacked by people claiming to be part of xenophobic groups

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News | 25 April 2022