Articles for Benita Enoch

135 days without water: KZN community at breaking point

Municipal water has not been restored to Tongaat’s 40,000 residents since the April floods


News | 24 August 2022

Decades into democracy Pietermaritzburg can’t blame ageing infrastructure for water woes, says SAHRC

Hearings into the province’s water crisis concluded on Friday


News | 22 August 2022

Cato Manor leader gunned down

Member of housing movement Abahlali believe Lindokuhle Mnguni was murdered because of his political activism


Brief | 21 August 2022

School with long history is in appalling condition, and the education department has nothing to say about it

Some classrooms at Bantuvukani Primary School in Lamontville have broken windows and ceilings. Others do not have doors.


News | 15 August 2022

Durban residents repair flood damage, give up on government

Some suburban associations have ambitions to get “off the municipal grid”


News | 15 August 2022

Habib commits to securing Wits

Apologises to university for protesters disrupting Braamfontein campus yesterday


News | 4 October 2016

Ihron Rensburg commits to keeping University of Johannesburg open

But three academics ask for security guards to be removed

By and

News | 29 September 2016

Adam Habib: Wits is reaching a point of no return

Vice-Chancellor speaks on the student protests, a poll on whether Wits should resume lectures, and the consequences of a shutdown


Interview | 28 September 2016

Wits to run poll: Should university reopen?

SRC president threatens to make country ungovernable if free education demand not met


Brief | 27 September 2016

Here’s what Diepsloot residents want their newly elected councillors to do

But lack of availability of councillors does not bode well


News | 18 August 2016

Official who offered bribe for driver’s licence suspended

He will face a disciplinary hearing


Brief | 20 July 2016

State employee who offered bribe still has his job

City claims investigation still ongoing


News | 18 July 2016

How to bribe your way to a licence in Johannesburg

Blatant corruption at Randburg Licensing Department


News | 30 June 2016

Cosatu expresses support for Didiza to be Tshwane mayor

The federation of trade unions says unemployment is fueling the infighting over councillor positions


Brief | 24 June 2016

The musician who sings gay love songs in isiXhosa

Majola produces his first album


News | 8 June 2016

Safety for Diepsloot’s cyclists just got better

Appeal to donate safety gear to cyclists across the country


News | 27 May 2016