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.

Ramaphosa announces ‘substantial changes’ to armed forces leadership

The SANDF has made headlines over the past year for all the wrong reasons. The new appointments to the Military Command Council aim to offer stability

In emotive missive, Zuma says he will not provide answering affidavit to Mogoeng

Former president Jacob Zuma on Wednesday submitted a 21-page letter to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng out of “respect”, to let the head of the...

First sanitary pad vending machine in Africa aims to end ‘period poverty’

A new invention by the MENstruation Foundation addresses the difficulty many schoolgirls face every month — not being able to afford sanitary products

South Africa temporarily halts J&J vaccine rollout plan

South Africa opts to voluntarily suspend its vaccination programme following advice from US health authorities after a rare blood clot development.

Backlog Project provides hope for Cape Town refugees, asylum seekers

Many people at the Wingfield site have left to settle locally or be repatriated, but about 360 still insist they want to be resettled in a third country

Gatvol Capetonians, EFF lash out at City of Cape Town for seeking damage claims of R1.4m

Public infrastructure was allegedly damaged by the activist group in 2019 and by the Economic Freedom Fighters in 2020

Leaking De Ruyter’s affidavit countering racism claims was ‘malicious’ and reckless, says Scopa chairman

Mkhuleko Hlengwa has pointed to people in Eskom or the public enterprises department for making the document public

SABS ‘contemplates’ 170 retrenchments to save R150m

Salaries account for 65% of the South African Bureau of Standards’ total operating‌ costs

Facebook users can use phone numbers to check if their data was breached

Private data from more than 530-million Facebook accounts was placed onto an unsecured public database. This tool allows users to use their phone number to see if they were among the victims.

Western Cape shreds 12-million illegal cigarettes

Government uses a new method to destroy confiscated cigarettes in Cape Town and hopes to send out a message of zero tolerance after lockdown bans boosted illegal imports

Pedestrian deaths up but road fatalities down over Easter

Easter long weekend under adjusted Level 1 Lockdown showed a 2.1% reduction in crashes, while fatalities decreased by 9.6%

Niehaus dismisses talk of nationwide shutdown

The protest is reportedly in response to the ANC’s step-aside decision that affects the likes of Ace Magashule and other party heavyweights

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