Nyanga

 
Bid for slain Imam Haron’s family to see justice
Bid for slain Imam Haron’s family to see justice
Galiema Haron once stood straight and tall. But as she grew older, her back began to curve as she stooped over her walking stick. More years passed...
Military intervention is not a crime-fighting solution
Military intervention is not a crime-fighting solution
The imminent deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) into the Cape Town communities of Bishop Lavis, Mitchells Plain, Delft,...
Provincial breakdown of crime statistics places the Western Cape front and centre
Provincial breakdown of crime statistics places the Western Cape front and centre
The Western Cape is home to a third of the country’s police stations where the most killings have been recorded and it's also home to South...
Bus set alight in Cape Town taxi strike
Bus set alight in Cape Town taxi strike
Violence continued overnight during Cape Town's taxi strike when a bus was set alight and cars were stoned, the city's traffic department said on...
Zimbabwean villagers reel under food shortages
Zimbabwean villagers reel under food shortages
Chipo Mapako, a village head in the eastern Zimbabwean district of Nyanga, does not remember when he last had a square meal.

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