Eunice Stoltz

Eunice Stoltz is a general news reporter at the Mail & Guardian.

Child and adolescent mental health services facing crisis

South Africa does not even have 60 child and adolescent psychiatry specialists and only 20 are in the public sector

Gunshot detection system makes comeback to Cape Flats

The City of Cape Town has awarded a R30-million contract for three years to combat crime in ganglands

Repeal of remaining Covid rules on the way?

The President's Coordinating Council will on Wednesday discuss the possible lifting of remaining pandemic regulations as SA exits fifth wave

What’s behind SA’s surge in bone marrow stem cell donations?

The bone marrow registry recorded a 65% increase in registered youth donors, translating to more than 3 000 possible donors

Fires rage near Somerset West as Table View fire is brought under control

City of Cape Town fire crews battle two fires fuelled by ‘unseasonably high temperatures and dry weather’

Manyi slams NPA ‘incompetence’ in delaying Zuma’s case against state prosecutor

The former president has been issued with a certificate from the National Prosecuting Authority that allows him to pursue a case against the state prosecutor

Tazné van Wyk murder trial: Accused ‘severely’ assaulted on way to court

It is unclear whether the murder accused will lay charges against two inmates after being beaten up in the vehicle transporting them to court

South Africa’s longstanding drug abuse problem linked to unemployment

The police and criminal justice system continue with a punitive approach to fight illegal drug trade, targeting poor black users in particular

‘Construction mafia’ closes down municipal housing project

The Western Cape department of infrastructure has incurred financial losses amounting to R8 560 000 as a result of site closures

Tazné van Wyk murder accused was out on parole

Moyhdian Pangkaeker absconded from parole twice yet was released on a warning three days after his arrest for assault in 2019, just months before the eight-year-old’s death

Parliament fire: Alleged arsonist’s bail appeal dismissed

Defence does not rule out further action after bail dismissal

Bheki Cele’s community policing forums plan met with scepticism

However experts warn that SAPS’s R100.6-billion annual budget should be better spent and monitored

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