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South African women live with the burden of ‘constant vigilance’

Fear of being attacked restricts the movement of most women in everyday life

Dark Ages: If it’s not Eskom, it’s City Power

Jo'burg residents have reacted to ongoing power cuts, which left them in the dark on Tuesday morning, but this time it wasn't Eskom's fault.

City Power announces tariff hike

City Power says it will increase tariffs by about 7% from July, following Nersa's approval of its tariff hike application.

Beetle-mania! Who flung dung?

Our investigations were made for prime time. Reintroducing the AmaBhungane reports that stole the show.

Reddy or not, here comes Madonsela

City Power's smart meter tender review findings are still a matter of doubt, writes Lionel Faull.

Madonsela to investigate City Power tender, despite internal ‘all clear’

The public protector has to verify the findings of a probe City Power claims "cleared" it of corruption in the awarding of a R1.25-billion tender.

City Power: Shifts had to change

Johannesburg electricity utility City Power has said it had to change workers' shifts because they were irregular and illegal.

Power restored to all Jo’burg areas

City Power said on Saturday that electricity had been restored and power shortages experienced now were not related to the strike.

City Power outages ‘equal to an act of terrorism’

The actions of employees involved in turning off power at substations is equal to terrorism, says Gauteng safety minister Faith Mazibuko.

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Under level four of the Covid-19 lockdown, the hours from 6am to 9am became the time when inner-city residents could use local parks to escape the nightmare around them

Pharmacists, denied frontline status, get PPE late

Pharmacists at one of the major public hospitals in Gauteng say they only received sufficient protective gear after several of their colleagues contracted Covid-19.

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