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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.

Adoption in South Africa: ‘Our aim wasn’t to get a child; it was to give a child a home’

The process of adopting a child can be long and demanding but it is a rewarding wait.

Top cop says Vearey shows no remorse for his ‘derogatory’ social media posts

Eastern Cape police commissioner Lieutenant General Liziwe Ntshinga told the Safety and Security Sectoral Bargaining Council on Tuesday 17 August that discipline was the...

Investigating officer debunks claims of interference during probe into axed cop Vearey

The national commissioner did not call me privately and say ‘I want Jeremy Vearey out’, investigating officer tells arbitration panel

Where you can walk in and get vaccinated

People aged 35 and over without a medical scheme can benefit from free walk-ins at easy to reach private-sector pharmacies

DBSA inherits costly 1 Mil refurb headache

The Development Bank of Southern Africa was appointed in 2019 as the implementing agent to accelerate infrastructure projects for the defence department.

Squabbles put army hospital in ICU

1 Military Hospital is in a serious state of disrepair and the report of a forensic investigation into who is to blame for the mess remains under wraps

People ‘just need to rock up’ to get vaccinated

Mobile sites are a national initiative to take Covid-19 vaccines to rural communities. The Mail & Guardian visited one such site for farmworkers in the Western Cape

Injured firefighter wants ConCourt leave to appeal ruling favouring City of Cape Town

Adam Damons argues he has faced unfair discrimination, and that the City’s promotions policy did not make provision for discrimination based on disability

Do animals trump people at Darg?

Despite whistleblowers, the department of labour has not yet helped undocumented migrants at a Hout Bay animal shelter

SIU to investigate tenders between water and sanitation department and IT company EOH

The president has signed a proclamation for the Special Investigating Unit to investigate R474-million in tenders

Covid-19 draws the bulk of health sector’s focus, at the expense of children

Children have accounted for a relatively low number of coronavirus cases, but other facets of their healthcare and wellbeing have suffered

Police union condemns robbery of Northern Cape police station, blames understaffing and scarce resources

Three men made off with shotguns, R5 rifles, pistols and ammunition after pouncing on the Tsineng police station

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