Articles for Lucas Nowicki

Covid-19: Makhanda residents and Red Cross concerned over water scarcity

Makana municipality says it does not have enough water to stop cuts

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Brief | 19 March 2020

Makana mayor and Municipal Manager face six months in prison

Mphalwa and Mene given 30 days to “fix” Makhanda landfill site

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Brief | 5 March 2020

No end to water rationing in Makhanda

Water crisis could have been avoided, says residents’ association

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News | 2 March 2020

Metrorail’s skorokoro trains

Cape Town’s trains are hard to love

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Photo Essay | 7 February 2020

University shutdown threatened

Building burnt at UKZN as protests against student debt escalate

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News | 30 January 2020

Greenmarket Square refugees reject City of Cape Town’s offer of reintegration

Cape High Court expected to rule tomorrow on whether City can enforce by-laws

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Brief | 27 January 2020

R1 billion to be spent on Cape Town’s broken Central Line, promises PRASA

But line still won’t be fully open until 2021

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Brief | 23 January 2020

Rondebosch golf club: City of Cape Town accused of subsidising the wealthy elite

But City says renewal of lease is justified

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News | 23 January 2020

Makana Municipality to appeal against judgment

Mayor says the municipality has improved and wants judgment dissolving it overturned

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Brief | 22 January 2020

Experts lukewarm on exams in isiXhosa and Sesotho

Support for policy but concerns with implementation

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News | 20 January 2020

Lawyers dump PRASA after failure to pay R19 million

This means the agency has no lawyers in disputes, some of them imminent, involving billions of rands

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News | 16 January 2020

Court orders dissolution of Makana municipality

Provincial government must place municipality under administration

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Brief | 14 January 2020

Diary of a Metrorail kid

The daily gamble with commuters’ time

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News | 14 January 2020

Residents demand transport for learners who walk up to 9km

Department promises emergency transport this week

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Brief | 13 January 2020

Greenmarket Square refugees have split into “two hostile groups”

Reverend Alan Storey’s church has provided shelter to hundreds of people for months but the situation has become untenable

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Brief | 10 January 2020

City to move against Greenmarket Square refugees

Refugee leader says they remain “hopeful” that City will provide temporary shelter

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Brief | 8 January 2020