Eunice Stoltz

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

Millions of rand lost as SANDF returns unauthorised Cuban Covid-19 drug

Remedial action against officials suspected of wrongdoing must be taken, says the ministerial task team investigating the defence department

Summer in the Cederberg region is rooibos harvest season

International demand for rooibos is expected to grow exponentially, according to the South African Rooibos Council

Winde does not rule out criminal charges against suspended Western Cape MEC Fritz

An independent legal counsel will investigate allegations made against the Democratic Alliance’s Fritz, and criminal charges are not out of the question

Fritz scandal casts another shadow over DA in the Western Cape

Good party sees political advantage after the suspension of a ‘low-profile’ figure in local government

The rogue daughter, mounting bills, mum trustees: How Mandela’s artefacts were almost auctioned

The Mandela family saga has not abated: Makaziwe faces criminal charges; trustees, including Moseneke, are silent; and Madiba’s possessions were saved from auction only at the last minute

It’s a Khaltsha thing: Khayelitsha’s growing middle class

In a few years the township will ‘disappear’, and Khayelitsha will become a city, believes one local entrepreneur

Sub-Saharan Africa children show higher Covid-19 death rate than elsewhere

Infants younger than one year in Africa have nearly five times the risk of death than those aged 15 to 19 years after contracting the virus

New era of health science for Africa as NantSA launches vaccine-manufacturing campus

The first locally manufactured Covid-19 vaccine from the new facility, which is based in Cape Town, is expected within the next year

Judge Hlophe rules parliament fire accused’s psychiatric observation unlawful

Zandile Mafe's referral for psychiatric observation has been set aside and Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe has ordered that he be released immediately to a correctional facility.

Cape Town routes being monitored after taxi boss shot dead

Fears of renewed taxi violence are sparked after the body of a leader of the Congress of Democratic Taxi Association was found on sand dunes near Khayelitsha

Blood supply is critically low and a rise in demand looms, says the blood service

Instead of reaching a daily target of 3 500 litres, the South African National Blood Service is collecting only 2 300 litres

Private religious schools’ beliefs in the balance as landmark case goes to court

The outcome might have major ramifications for the autonomy of all private religious schools

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