Eastern Cape

 
Pupils still forced to walk to class
Pupils still forced to walk to class
Parents in the Eastern Cape have to pay R500 a month for private transport to ferry their children to school, even though they qualify for...
Xolobeni judders as mining hovers
Xolobeni judders as mining hovers
Village residents dropped their ploughing implements and ran in panic when they spotted a helicopter hanging low over the cluster of grass-thatched...
As rivers run dry, Day Zero strikes Eastern Cape’s villages
As rivers run dry, Day Zero strikes Eastern Cape’s villages
Winding through the valleys of the Eastern Cape, the Qwaninga River creeps towards a cluster of buildings hidden deep in the hills. It licks the...
Slice of life: I was inspired to be an activist
Slice of life: I was inspired to be an activist
I wanted to be an activist since I was 11. That’s when I started attending community meetings. The first community meeting was about this water...
Transformation plan bears fruit for Eastern Cape
Transformation plan bears fruit for Eastern Cape
The systemic changes introduced by the Eastern Cape education department are paying dividends for the schooling system; the Eastern Cape matric...
Omotoso rape trial postponed pending ConCourt outcome
Omotoso rape trial postponed pending ConCourt outcome
The rape trial of controversial televangelist Timothy Omotoso has been postponed to April 16 pending the outcome of his Constitutional Court...
Justice for Cradock Four delayed
Justice for Cradock Four delayed
An assassination plotted by the highest echelons of the apartheid regime is slowly being resurrected nearly 33 years after it sent shockwaves...
Education can cut initiate deaths
Education can cut initiate deaths
Thirty-four deaths at initiation schools have already been reported, according to Musa Zondi, spokesperson for the co-operative governance and...
Eastern Cape intervention gets results
Eastern Cape intervention gets results
For close to a decade, the Eastern Cape has been the worst province for basic education and its matric pass rate has hovered between 50% and...
Sex workers do it for their kids
Sex workers do it for their kids
“I never was the fantasy/ Of what you want or wanted me to be/ ... But don’t judge me so harsh, little girl/ So, you got a playboy...
Employment and opportunity through quality
Employment and opportunity through quality
Ivili Loboya is a factory in Ibika village near Butterworth. The factory was founded by Dr Vuyo Mahlati, a socialpreneur who wanted to create jobs...
Code red: Why provinces are forced to outsource ambulance services
Code red: Why provinces are forced to outsource ambulance services
Just 1971 state ambulance vehicles are on the road nationally, a Bhekisisa survey reveals.

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