Articles for Tsoanelo Sefoloko

Security guards protest outside Durban hospital, demanding their jobs back

Their contracts were not renewed after they participated in an unprotected strike last year


Brief | 13 June 2024

These Inanda families have to walk to a primary school to use the toilet

Victims of 2022 floods are still living in a “transit camp”


News | 10 June 2024

After five years only 26 state houses built in Inanda

Families relocated to make way for housing project have been living in a poorly serviced transit camp


News | 7 June 2024

Over 1,000 shack dwellers displaced by Tongaat tornado

People are being housed in three large tents


Brief | 6 June 2024

Deadly storm creates havoc from Gqeberha to Tongaat

At least nine people killed by severe weather affecting almost half the country

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Photo Essay | 4 June 2024

SG Convenience workers down tools for 15% increase

About 50 striking workers picketed outside the company’s warehouse in Glen Anil on Friday


Brief | 24 May 2024

Ratepayers block plans to upgrade informal settlement in eThekwini

There are more than 300 shacks in Havelock next to the formal suburb of Greenwood Park


News | 17 May 2024

Victims of 2022 KwaZulu-Natal floods march to demand housing

Hundreds come to central Durban to hand over memo to Premier’s office


Brief | 15 May 2024

No public transport relief in sight for Tongaat workers as PRASA passes the buck

Tongaat residents struggle to afford to get to work since trains to Durban stopped operating four years ago


News | 23 April 2024

How the Lottery paid R1.7-million for a flash mob that never happened

MSG, owner of Power FM, channelled the money for the National Lotteries Commission

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News | 5 April 2024

No showers, no food, no electricity: the forgotten men of Molyneaux municipal shelter in Durban

More than 200 people still live in tented shelter set up during Covid lockdown


News | 4 April 2024

Durban residents protest for water on Human Rights Day

“How can we celebrate human rights without water?” asks protester


Brief | 21 March 2024

Durban strike: Why it happened and what the fallout has been

Mayor says it will take two weeks to clear waste backlog

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News | 15 March 2024

Women’s hostel two-week blackout blamed on strike in eThekwini

Five women from Thokoza Hostel were arrested on Tuesday after protesting to get the electricity restored


Brief | 13 March 2024

Water is being sold illegally in eThekwini

Desperate households resort to paying for water from unmarked trucks

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Feature | 7 March 2024