Articles for Lucas Nowicki

Gift of the Givers pulls out of Makhanda

The organisation says government will be paying about R10 million to companies for work it did

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Brief | 16 May 2019

Faeces spread in president’s path

Protests in Makhanda ahead of Ramaphosa’s Freedom Day rally

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News | 29 April 2019

Metrorail’s collapse costs those that need it most

“If I take the train and arrive at 11am, the boss can fire me”

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News | 15 April 2019

Grahamstown schools hit by water cuts

No end in sight to Makhanda’s severe water shortage

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Brief | 12 March 2019

Reconsidering South Africa’s approach to waste pickers

Waste pickers must be integrated into the formal waste management sector, says researcher

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News | 22 February 2019

Grahamstown residents queue for hours for water

Ageing infrastructure and drought blamed

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News | 14 February 2019

SAPS appeals police resources judgment

Social Justice Coalition says appeal will hurt vulnerable communities

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Brief | 24 January 2019

Dis-Chem and Blue Ribbon workers march in Cape Town

Unions demand investigation into police behaviour during strike

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Brief | 23 January 2019

Western Cape Education Department says test results have improved across grades

Standardised tests measure language and maths abilities

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Brief | 22 January 2019

Tensions over land in picturesque Cape village

Greyton residents caught in the middle of a political battle

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News | 21 January 2019

IEC gives students opportunity to register after deadline

This will help out-of-town students to vote

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Brief | 16 January 2019

Sign language included as a subject for matric exam

Victory for deaf learners, says Dominican School for the Deaf

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News | 14 January 2019

Mfuleni matriculant reaps the rewards of working 18-hour days

“There is no secret to success. It’s about preparation, hard work and learning from failures.”

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News | 8 January 2019

Rhodes University shut down after student takes her own life

Students and staff demand action against gender-based violence on campus

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Brief | 7 August 2018

Grahamstown’s dirty water blamed on municipality’s inefficiency

Water was not being tested or treated properly because of a lack of money

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News | 21 June 2018

Rhodes criticised for expelling “rape culture” protesters

University has banned two female students for life following protests in 2016

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News | 14 December 2017