Articles for Liezl Human

Simple games help children learn to read

Even a cereal box can be a useful teaching tool


Brief | 19 September 2023

Copper boom sparks conflict between mine and residents of Northern Cape town

We visited Concordia, where 29 people were arrested for protesting against a mine


Feature | 18 September 2023

Farm workers march against pesticides

They call on European company to stop exporting EU-banned pesticides to South Africa


News | 9 September 2023

R350 grant: SASSA in court over “unfair” exclusions

Agency accused of turning down too many applicants


News | 5 September 2023

In photos: Namaqualand flowers bloom after rainy winter

Rainfall in national park has nearly doubled this year

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Photo Essay | 30 August 2023

How the taxi industry works in the Western Cape

Here are facts on how big the industry is, how much drivers make, and the taxi industry’s role in crime

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Information | 10 August 2023

Expelled NUMSA deputy president takes union to court

Ruth Ntlokotse wants court to declare her expulsion unlawful


News | 2 August 2023

Judge wants her conduct tribunal postponed because of payment delay

#UniteBehind calls for Judge Makhubele’s legal costs to be made public


News | 31 July 2023

MP threatens to sue Zackie Achmat and #UniteBehind for defamation

Achmat accused Sfiso Buthelezi of benefitting from corruption at PRASA


News | 24 July 2023

Small farmers in the Cederberg still reeling from flood damage

Provincial department wants the area to be declared a disaster zone


News | 21 July 2023

Painting, knitting and cooking: Mandela Day brings people together

Activities ranged from painting an animal clinic, knitting for charity and taking free health services to the doorsteps of elderly people

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News | 18 July 2023

Which parts of Metrorail are still closed?

Although some lines have reopened thousands of commuters still have no train service


Brief | 3 July 2023

Video: River cuts off Citrusdal

Citrusdal residents have been isolated in their town since Wednesday evening after flooding cut off access to the Cederberg town. Some residents are stranded outside with no way to return to their homes.

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News | 17 June 2023

In photos: Citrusdal cut off from the world

Road into town collapses in flood. Officials are trying to access the town from gravel roads.

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Photo Essay | 16 June 2023

Former transport minister should be suspended says Parliament’s ethics committee

Joe Maswanganyi “failed to understand his role as the Minister of Transport”


News | 15 June 2023