Articles by Annie Cebulski

Western Cape government explains how it deals with sexual misconduct in schools

Principal criticises gaps between policy and practice

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15 June 2018

Department of Labour to use billion-rand surplus to extend UIF benefits

Unemployed workers will be paid out for up to a full year

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11 June 2018

Dozens of families evicted at Cape Town’s largest social housing project

Previous attempt to remove Steenvilla households who are behind on their rent failed

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6 June 2018

Uber and City of Cape Town locked in licence battle

Drivers caught in middle as more cars are impounded

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6 June 2018

Parkwood erupts in protest after shack demolitions

“How must we sleep now? On glass, on sand, on bricks, on garbage? They took everything from us.”

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23 May 2018

Western Cape teacher on trial for sex crime was allowed to continue teaching

But MEC Debbie Schäfer demanded Equal Education stop all school activities after sexual misconduct allegations unrelated to learners

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22 May 2018

Western Cape’s mounting rubbish problem

Less than half of the province’s landfill sites are operational

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17 May 2018

Equal Education general secretary stepped down over allegations of sexual harassment

Civil society organisation appoints independent panel to investigate accusations against Tshepo Motsepe

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16 May 2018

State of the art library to open in Dunoon

Libraries in poor communities have to be built from scratch

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16 May 2018

Thousands march in solidarity with Palestine

“I stand here as a Jewish South African to say to Israel: ‘Enough! Enough shooting unarmed protesters!’”

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15 May 2018

Cape Town councillor promises new social housing by 2019

Activists vow to continue occupying Helen Bowden Nursing Home and Woodstock Hospital

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11 May 2018

City of Cape Town invites struggling property owners to apply for help

We believe many more property owners are eligible, says City

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9 May 2018

Western Cape government fails to explain security contract

GroundUp has now submitted a request under the access to public information act

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7 May 2018

Mitchells Plain and Siqalo residents hold crisis meeting

“If we start a racial war in this country, it is going to help no one.”

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3 May 2018

Violent clashes between Mitchells Plain and Siqalo residents

30 people arrested for public violence

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2 May 2018