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Glynis Underhill

Glynis Underhill

    The trials of child-headed families
    The trials of child-headed families
    Mkhwanazi found herself placed in the unenviable role as a teenage head of a household, she became legally entitled to collect the state’s social...
    Dad must acknowledge me, right?
    Dad must acknowledge me, right?
    A 14-year-old girl’s quest to have her father’s name appear on her...
    Arms commission hiding evidence, witness says
    Arms commission hiding evidence, witness says
    The former senior investigator at the arms procurement commission, Mokgale Norman Moabi, whose resignation letter sparked a furore after he claimed...
    Gupta-TV foils SABC's news plans
    Gupta-TV foils SABC's news plans
    Few at the SABC appear to have been aware that the Gupta channel was even in the offing, although the broadcaster must have been in regular contact...
    Zille: No foul play or vote rigging at W Cape conference
    Zille: No foul play or vote rigging at W Cape conference
    During her speech to DA supporters at the party's Western Cape provincial conference on Saturday, Zille warned members that they must never...
    Emails sealed Sheryl Cwele's fate
    Emails sealed Sheryl Cwele's fate
    State Security Minister Siyabonga Cwele can now reclaim the R100 000 he put up as bail money for his former wife Sheryl, who began a 20-year...
    Drop in murder 'minuscule', says DA
    Drop in murder 'minuscule', says DA
    Last year, there was a 6.5% drop in the murder rate, which brought the number of murders in the country to 15 940.
    Service delivery: DA, Zuma lumped together
    Service delivery: DA, Zuma lumped together
    Lili claims that, while the president is building Zumaville, his supporters around the country are living in desperate squalor and will...
    Sheryl Cwele's appeal gives mule new hope
    Sheryl Cwele's appeal gives mule new hope
    Convicted drug mule Tessa Beetge, who has already spent four years in an overcrowded prison in São Paulo, Brazil, is desperately hoping for a...
    SABC chief in 'bizarre' predicament
    SABC chief in 'bizarre' predicament
    SABC chief executive Solly Mokoetle is taking huge financial strain, saying he has run up legal bills of more than R500 000 in the six weeks since...
    Desperation in De Doorns
    Desperation in De Doorns
    Days before another wave of xenophobia started in November last year, rumours were flying that South Africans no longer wanted foreigners to live...
    A climate of threats
    A climate of threats
    After receiving a number of threats, Zimbabwean Kisswell Dhliwayo is temporarily closing his tuckshop in the township of Tembisa, Gauteng from July...