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Court interdicts cancelling Hammanskraal wastewater contract

Meanwhile, the City of Tshwane’s leadership is being dissolved due to collapsing service delivery

Tshwane water woes in court again

The municipality has been accused of deliberately derailing the contract to sort out toxic water crisis in Hammanskraal

Hammanskraal crisis: Slow tender stops clean water flowing

Little has changed in Hammanskraal since the Mail & Guardian last visited the area in August, when residents said the tap water had made them sick.

Hammanskraal crisis: Slow tender stops clean water flowing

A previously undisclosed tender report reveals that the contract to fix a key wastewater treatment plant was delayed for over a year

Abuse taints traditional healing

After being raped and abused repeatedly, a sangoma trainee reported her mentor to the police — only to be shunned

‘We are paying for this dirty water’

Hammanskraal citizens are being forced to buy their own as well as pay their municipal bills.

‘We are paying for this dirty water’

Despite the SA Human Rights Commission declaring the water in Hammanskraal unfit for consumption, citizens are being forced to buy their own

The mystical everyday

The world is hilariously strange yet beautifully familiar in Jonas Lekganyane’s animated series

This land was veld, now it’s ours, declare Hammanskraal residents

Residents of Hammanskraal, near Pretoria, stood their ground against forced evictions that left two people dead and thousands more destitute.

Hammanskraal racers get inline

They might be down on their luck, but members of the Hammanskraal Roller-Skating Club are a can-do kind of crowd.

Madibaville isn’t always paradise

Living in a settlement named after Nelson Mandela doesn't mean you have the basics.

Dumps turn Bosplaas into a wasteland

Two children have died because of illegal waste destroying the environment in Hammanskraal. Sipho Kings reports.

Rockville: The people who ‘live in shit’

In this village there are no children. They were sent away so the sewage wouldn't make them sick.

Gauteng to probe baby deaths at Jubilee Hospital

A team of experts will begin investigations on Friday into the deaths of five premature babies at the Jubilee Hospital in Hammanskraal.

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