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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.

How to get to vote in November’s local government elections

Voters can register on the weekend of 18 and 19 September – or they can do it online

Senior crime intelligence officers want R15mn from axed top cop Vearey

The arbitration hearing in which former cop Jeremy Vearey was challenging his dismissal concluded its proceedings on Monday 13 September

Restrictions eased as South Africa moves to lockdown level 2

As national lockdown regulations ease, President Cyril Ramaphosa urges South Africans to vaccinate

Justice ministry still to deliver justice in wrongful dismissal case

Senior officials who allegedly got a state worker wrongfully dismissed have remained in their jobs

Covid-19 stymies six years of progress in tackling poverty in Gauteng

Some 36% of Gauteng households live in poverty, according to a new survey, with poverty levels having shot up during the course of the pandemic

No progress on GBV council after more than R120mn donated, parliament told

The gender commission is unsure whether a governing body exists for the multi-billion National Strategic Plan on Gender-based Violence and Femicide

Nicolette Kinnear says husband Charl was taken ‘30 years too soon’ at SAPS ceremony

The 34 police officers who died in the line of duty this year were remembered at the annual national commemoration day

1 Military Hospital became a ‘milking cow’ during 14 years of refurbishment

The defence force presents a summary of a forensic report on an investigation into upgrades and repairs to the hospital in Pretoria

Court hears how alleged underworld kingpin Nafiz Modack intimidated investigators in top cop murder case

About 24 police officers were sent to protect the team investigating murder of Lieutenant Colonel Charl Kinnear

‘Culture of secrecy rules the police’

Evidence at the arbitration hearing into the dismissal of high-ranking cop Jeremy Vearey reflects major battles at the very top of the SAPS

Khayelitsha inquiry’s recommendations into policing in the crime-infested township still ignored seven years on

As long as there's no political will to change policing in this country, there is not much that can be done, say civil rights activists

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