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Eunice Stoltz

Eunice Stoltz is a junior daily news reporter at the Mail & Guardian. She was previously a freelance journalist and a broadcaster at Maroela Media and Smile90.4FM.

Ice skating champion shows off the Cape Flats talent at nationals

A young ice-skating champion has beaten the odds and brought home a national gold medal

As Covid third wave digs in, military health service sent to Gauteng

The defence branch will assist with mass testing, screening and contact tracing

Parliament’s health committee no closer to Digital Vibes contract answers, awaits SIU report

Thursday was the first time acting health minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane appeared before the committee, but she did not have many answers for MPs

Court refused murder-accused Kilian’s application for particulars, bail dates are set

Zane Kilian has been denied further information into the charges against him, which include murder, unlawful interception of communications and fraud

South Africa a step closer to extraditing the Guptas

The finalisation of the extradition treaty may mean the United Arab Emirates will hand over information South Africa has been requesting for three years

Table Mountain National Park ready to reopen some areas after Rhodes Memorial fire

Park manager Frans van Rooyen says the organisation is making progress in rehabilitating the more than600 hectares of land affected by the blaze

Kilian heads to supreme court to appeal bail dismissal

The high court and the magistrate’s court have rejected bids for bail by Zane Kilian, one of the accused in the murder of top cop Charl Kinnear

Nxesi says employment and labour department must ‘talk less’ and do more

The minister and his management team appeared before parliament after another scathing auditor general report was tabled

Legal costs, overspending leave Dr Beyers Naudé municipality in a financial fix

Adding to the municipality’s legal costs is a pending case between it and Eskom. The municipality owes the national power utility more than R7-million and, after agreeing to pay R5-million, failed to honour it.

Court must rule on constitutionality of public protector’s removal — Mpofu

The public protector is not challenging her fitness to hold office, but the rule enabling the National Assembly to remove her from office

Cause of Rhodes Memorial fire to be made public in two weeks’ time

The final report has long exceeded its initial two-week timeframe

Mkhize advised by lawyers to not meet parliament’s health committee

MPs from opposition parties agree that the sub judice reason for the health minister not appearing before the committee is not valid

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