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.

Minister had ‘no interest’ in military veterans’ woes or wisdom

Former members of the defence department’s advisory council tell oversight committee their recommendations went ignored and that an audit should be conducted

Concern for safety of Cape Town’s bus commuters intensifies

The City of Cape Town has called on the police and transport ministers to establish a police unit to investigate public transportation crimes

Still no board for NYDA, no word on gender violence fund

Parliament is no closer to appointing a board for the National Youth Development Agency after nearly two years

Hackers invited by Gauteng’s e-government to help improve services

This week hackers will participate in a hackathon hosted by Gauteng’s e-government department to modernise their public services

Second doses of AstraZeneca vaccine are still on their way to South Africa

The department of health and experts briefed the media on Sunday, after a study showed the vaccine is not highly effective against the new variant

Abandoned flats cost Eskom R840-million

The budget for the Wilge Residential Development was R160-million but, when the project stopped, the bill was R840-million

State, private sector launch gender-based violence fund

Funded by the private sector, the government will be able to ‘scale up’ initiatives against this second pandemic

Dam levels in Northern Cape rise as cyclone Eloise dies out, hot weather expected again

The drought-stricken Northern Cape experienced some relief as heavy rainfall caused rivers and dams to overflow

Almost 2 000 Western Cape health workers training to give Covid jab

The number of people being trained online will steadily increase

SOEs are ‘in a very difficult space’ as Covid-19 adds to their woes

The department of public enterprises touched on issues related to Covid-19 at its SOEs, as the acting director general briefed parliament

Man accused of top cop’s murder is back in the dock

Bail application proceedings into murder-accused Zane Kilian are expected to resume today after many delays last year.

Booze, pools, and late(r) nights – Covid lockdown eased

Less strict measures are in place as South Africa moves through Covid-19 second wave

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