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Barbara Maregele

Barbara Maregele

    A sickening state of affairs at Pollsmoor prison
    A sickening state of affairs at Pollsmoor prison
    During his four months in the remand section of Pollsmoor Prison last year, Mvelisi Sitokisi was not only forced to default on taking his antiretroviral (ARV) medication but also contracted tuberculosis (TB)....
    Victory for consumers as court rules against salary deductions
    Victory for consumers as court rules against salary deductions
    Single mother and sole breadwinner Lisinda Bailey became tearful after Western Cape High Court Judge Siraj Desai declared that deductions,...
    Manenberg school highlights public versus private education debate
    Manenberg school highlights public versus private education debate
    Unlike most other independent or private schools, The Leadership College in Manenberg, one of Cape Town's most gang-ridden...
    Report legal team, says advocate in landmark garnishee case
    Report legal team, says advocate in landmark garnishee case
    A group of creditors used "trickery" to have emolument attachment orders served on unsuspecting consumers, attorney Anton Katz SC told the court on...
    Court overturns Pillay's suspension from Sars
    Court overturns Pillay's suspension from Sars
    Labour Court Judge Annelie Basson has ordered the South African Revenue Services (Sars) to reinstate suspended deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay with...
    Sars deputy commissioner's suspension 'unlawful'
    Sars deputy commissioner's suspension 'unlawful'
    Lawyers for suspended South African Revenue Service (Sars) deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay, have argued that the "unlawful" action was an...
    No quarter given in Glebelands hostel struggle
    No quarter given in Glebelands hostel struggle
    Sitting on a worn-out green sofa outside Durban's giant Glebelands hostel, Thulani Kati describes in graphic detail his alleged torture by a special...
    R100-million to fix tender road to ruin
    R100-million to fix tender road to ruin
    Four years after a R100-million provincial government contract crashed in the Free State – driving a large civil engineering company into...
    Lonmin interdicts 'unrest' report
    Lonmin interdicts 'unrest' report
    Lonmin has defended its high court bid to head off the release of highly critical research findings on its South African operation by arguing that...