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Mary-Anne Gontsana

System of allocating police and staff sidelines black women, court told

Civil society organisations have declared that the allocation of police resources in the Western Cape discriminates against black women in particular

Woodstock residents protesting imminent evictions occupy The Old Biscuit Mill

After The Woodstock Hub bought their homes, over 20 families living in Cape Town's Bromwell Street face eviction.

State accused of letting Tormin damage West Coast

Activists have accused officials of turning a blind eye to a series of environmental violations at Tormin – including a “catastrophic” cliff collapse.

Workers seethe over ‘Oz mine bully’

The manager of the "Little Australia" dune mine must go, staff at the Tormin mine say.

Workers seethe over ‘Oz mine bully’

?The manager of the "Little Australia" dune mine must go, staff at the Tormin mine say.

Workers seethe over ‘Oz mine bully’

Manager Gary Thompson of the ''Little Australia'' dune mine must go, say staff at the Tormin mineral sands mine near Vredendal on the West Coast.

State fumes as Sascoc steals its ball

A little-known company is muscling in on the 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy project – and the sports department is spitting mad.

State fumes as Sascoc steals its ball

A little-known company is muscling in on the 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy project – and the sports department is spitting mad.

In the business of building shacks

Sheffield Road in Philippi has become one of the city’s best-known places to buy a shack, where builders make a living providing affordable housing.

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