Articles for Kimberly Mutandiro

Police fire rubber bullets at Geluksdal students

A fatal stabbing at the school has led to protests demanding “justice” for Shawn Mphela


News | 17 February 2023

Disabled immigrants evicted from Joburg building by Operation Dudula

“Everything was lost during the eviction. Now I sleep with my children in a room with many others” says mother


News | 16 February 2023

Fatal stabbing at Geluksdal Secondary was only a matter of time

Department of Education accused of not taking preventive action


News | 9 February 2023

Outsourced guards accuse Ekurhuleni municipality of failing to pay them

Protesting security employees say non-payments have become a problem since the coalition government took over, but mayor’s office says payments to security companies are up-to-date


Brief | 6 February 2023

Here’s what the Zimbabwean embassy says about the expiry of the ZEP

The ambassador encouraged voluntary repatriation. But he also criticised the way Zimbabweans are being denied public services in South Africa.


News | 3 February 2023

Five years on, Marievale army base families still in limbo

The latest relocation plan has been rejected by some of the respondents


News | 24 January 2023

Pretorians protest against loadshedding and tariff hike

“2024 is around the corner. This injustice is something that we are not going to forget”


Brief | 23 January 2023

Operation Dudula chases immigrants away from Joburg clinic

Patients told to get health care “in their own countries”


News | 18 January 2023

Undocumented children struggle to find schools

Instead of being in school some beg at traffic lights


News | 13 January 2023

Human rights report shows need to decriminalise sex workers, says NGO

The South African government plans to decriminalise sex work, a move expected to give sex workers some protection


News | 12 December 2022

Police are preying on immigrants, say human rights organisations

Immigrants are not reporting crimes or seeking assistance from law enforcement as they fear extortion or deportation


News | 2 December 2022

Families snub R1-billion housing project

Brickvale farmers say the tiny plots are totally unsuited to their needs


News | 29 November 2022

Unpaid for months: Ekurhuleni workers protest

The City of Ekurhuleni only deals with the contractor, not its employees, says City spokesperson


Brief | 17 November 2022

Protesters sleep outside Constitutional Court, demanding apartheid reparations

More than 150 people have been braving the weather for weeks


News | 15 November 2022

Joburg climate activists demand urgent action against climate change

A demonstration outside the Constitutional Court paid homage to assassinated climate activists


Brief | 10 November 2022

Gomora in Joburg is where dreams go to die

Families crowd into tiny rooms, with no electricity or water, making a living as best they can


Feature | 31 October 2022