Eunice Stoltz

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

The EFF reignites #FeesMustFall as it takes Nzimande and Unisa to court

The EFF is going to court in a bid to have the higher education minister’s directive that Unisa lower its first-time student intake overruled

Conflicting witness evidence in Bongo graft case — Hlophe

Former state security minister Bongani Bongo has been charged with corruption for allegedly trying to bribe the evidence leader in a parliamentary inquiry into Eskom.

South African children suffer the ‘slow violence of malnutrition’

The latest Child Gauge review highlights malnutrition eats away at their potential and drives a cycle of poverty.

We’re restoring the nation’s health, Ramaphosa says after Covid jab

About 80 000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been sent to about 50 sites for health workers to be vaccinated

Denel vows still to pay employees ‘where possible’

The arms parastatal has, however, so far failed to comply with an August court order to pay its staff their salaries

Five-year ban for fake Covid certificates as SA borders reopen

Twenty land borders have reopened after a month’s closure prompted by congestions that raised concerns about the spread of the virus.

‘Don’t turn away children if registration fees aren’t paid – it’s illegal’

The basic education department has warned schools against this practice, especially in the light of Covid financial devastation

Most South Africans want to be innoculated against Covid, Ipsos survey finds

Most anti-vaxxers fear the potential side-effects of the vaccine

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

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