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Christina Pitt

Christina Pitt

Christina Pitt writes for News24.
    Satawu - 'The bus strike was the last resort'
    Satawu - 'The bus strike was the last resort'
    As the nationwide bus strike, now in its sixth day, continues, bus workers appear more defiant than ever, with trade unions calling for 
    Two in court for Moses Mabhida stadium violence
    Two in court for Moses Mabhida stadium violence
    The two men charged with public violence and malicious damage to property following a pitch invasion at Moses Mabhida Stadium will appear in the...
    Bus strike set to intensify ― unions
    Bus strike set to intensify ― unions
    The nationwide bus strike will enter its sixth day on Monday after parties failed...
    Parktown Boys' teacher to be held accountable for alleged racist rant
    Parktown Boys' teacher to be held accountable for alleged racist rant
    The Gauteng education department said it would make sure that a Parktown Boys' High School teacher is held accountable for an alleged racist...
    EFF and DA to host opposing rallies in PE ahead of motion of no confidence in Trollip
    EFF and DA to host opposing rallies in PE ahead of motion of no confidence in Trollip
    The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and the Democratic Alliance (DA) are preparing to square off in Port Elizabeth by hosting rallies a day before...
    Zuma likely to challenge Abrahams' decision to prosecute
    Zuma likely to challenge Abrahams' decision to prosecute
    Former president Jacob Zuma may challenge National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) 
    Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng appointed new UCT vice-chancellor
    Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng appointed new UCT vice-chancellor
    Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng is the newly appointed vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town.
    CRL Rights Commission to go to ConCourt after Ngcobo massacre
    CRL Rights Commission to go to ConCourt after Ngcobo massacre
    The CRL Rights Commission on Monday said it would approach the highest court in the country for a declaratory order to determine whether religious...
    More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
    More than 11 000 pupils yet to be placed in Western Cape schools
    About 11 200 pupils in the Western Cape are still searching for schools, according to the Western Cape department of education.