Police are preying on immigrants, say human rights organisations

Immigrants are not reporting crimes or seeking assistance from law enforcement as they fear extortion or deportation

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News | 2 December 2022

Domestic workers urge Ramaphosa to sign compensation bill into law

The legislation was sent to the president more than two months ago

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Brief | 2 December 2022

Social development department is biased against adoptions, says judge

Department and social workers get a tongue lashing from High Court

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Law | 23 November 2022

Turning Soweto’s rubbish into income

Lebogang Parkie and his friends have persevered despite a terrible attempt to derail their business

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Video | 22 November 2022

African women demand voice at climate change summits

“We need concrete solutions for climate change now”

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Brief | 18 November 2022

Setback for NUMSA’s insolvent funeral insurer in court battle

3Sixty Life to remain under curatorship as court dismisses appeal application

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Brief | 16 November 2022

Protesters sleep outside Constitutional Court, demanding apartheid reparations

More than 150 people have been braving the weather for weeks

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News | 15 November 2022

Concourt hands critics of Australian mine partial victory – but defamation battle is not over

It is up to Parliament to develop more comprehensive SLAPP suit defence, says court

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Law | 14 November 2022

City of Joburg breaks promise on R23-million library

Lehae Library has never opened

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Brief | 11 November 2022

Joburg climate activists demand urgent action against climate change

A demonstration outside the Constitutional Court paid homage to assassinated climate activists

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Brief | 10 November 2022

City of Johannesburg commits to addressing homelessness

“We cannot blame homelessness on the people experiencing it” says academic

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Brief | 4 November 2022

Gomora in Joburg is where dreams go to die

Families crowd into tiny rooms, with no electricity or water, making a living as best they can

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Feature | 31 October 2022

Homeless: Not nearly enough shelters in Johannesburg

“Life is hell on the streets. It’s the survival of the fittest”

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News | 27 October 2022

Judge “unscrambles an egg”: 20 years of property sales reversed

It started in 2001 when a bank bought the house for R100

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Law | 24 October 2022

Gauteng judge reported to Judicial Service Commission

Judge Mngqibisa-Thusi has not yet delivered a judgment she reserved in February 2021

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Brief | 6 October 2022

3Sixty Life to appeal curatorship ruling

Yashoda Ram says she remains curator of the funeral insurance company

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Brief | 6 October 2022