He was shot near his home in Eldorado Park, allegedly by police, during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Well-known people with albinism are changing the way society sees those with this skin condition
The trial has had to start afresh because the presiding judge died.
Bridgette Harris says it’s unfair to relive her son’s death for a second time in court
The police operation coincided with the discovery of another four bodies near the site on Johannesburg’s Golden Highway on Wednesday morning
The residents live less than 500 metres from the landfill and have, for several years, complained to the city’s various entities.
Between the fields of illegally dumped waste and a contaminated Kliprivier stream passing through the area is a greening project
In both Marikana and the 2014 Brits protests, the police claimed ignorance about the use of banned birdshot ammunition
At least 65% of the pellets in the cartridge hit the 16-year-old when he was gunned down in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg, allegedly by in-training constable, Caylene Whiteboy
‘He was eating something. Then we heard a gunshot go off.’ This is what Tahira Kaldine testified in court on Wednesday at the Nathaniel Julies murder trial
State witness Mandla Sithole’s testimony has again unveiled the scant regard for protocol or the rule of law by police officers
Brutality trend emerges in trial against Eldorado Park police trio facing charges relating to the murder of Nathaniel Julies
‘I need something stronger’: secret recording played in court reveals police may have consumed alcohol after killing Nathaniel Julies
Nathaniel Julies’ murder accused Caylene Whiteboy was a junior reservist who graduated from college less than a year before the incident
Victims of extortion and intimidation at building project sites in Eldorado Park speak up in an exclusive Mail & Guardian investigation
This week, a Mail & Guardian investigation unearths what happens when the so-called construction mafia is allowed to run rampant in the country.
When screams of torture woke residents of Eldorado Park on Friday morning, calls to police remained unanswered as two bodies were found inside a house of horrors
The death of teenager Nathaniel Julius means we urgently need to refuse to allow politicians and police leadership to protect violent officers
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says he will attend to those feeling neglected when it comes to issues of housing and land
Commercialisation of religion, and the abuse of people’s belief systems at the core of the impasse
Three families in too little space: "We literally fight for this room."
In the same week the UN was looking into claims that coloured people were gatvol, rioting erupted.
Gauteng human settlements MEC Paul Mashatile says preference for housing will be given to those who applied in 1994.
Protesters and police traded bricks for rubber bullets. Rocks and bricks scattered the streets where debris and tyres lay smoking.
Twenty three people – including grandchildren, grandparents and parents – share a flat in Eldorado Park.
Eldorado Park, south of Johannesburg, is a place where buildings like Hillbrow Flats once reflected people’s hopes. But that was a long time ago.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe addressed supporters at a stadium in Eldorado Park, Soweto, ahead of the party’s election campaign.
"We will defeat this demon," she told members of the Anglican church in a prayer march in Eldorado Park on Sunday.
If Jacob Zuma’s visit was meant to win votes, he’ll have to deliver on his promises in double-quick time, writes Sipho Kings.
Gauteng will set up a task team to fight drug abuse in Eldorado Park, says Premier Nomvula Mokonyane’s office.
Although Jacob Zuma’s visit to Eldorado Park was welcomed, there will have to be some action before it looks like anything more than electioneering.
In what could be interpreted as the first unofficial election campaign, President Jacob Zuma descended on Eldorado Park to promise help.