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Daycare shacks offer shelter for poor toddlers

A pastor and residents in informal settlements are opening their hearts to destitute children

Dozens of Thembelihle kids not in school yet

About 40 Thembelihle children have not been admitted to schools yet, which parents have blamed on the Gauteng education department's incompetency.

Over 50 pupils without schools weeks after academic new year

As school admission issues continue to plague Thembelihle pupils, activists battle to place students three weeks after schools have reopened.

Thembelihle pupils locked out of schools yet again

The Gauteng education department are dragging their feet to get pupils living in Thembelihle into schools in Lenasia.

ANC Youth League march splits Cosatu

With general secretary Zwelenzima Vavi favouring the ANCYL's economic freedom march and president Sdumo Dlamini dead against it, whither Cosatu now?

Lenasia residents take up Thembelihle’s cause

Thembelihle residents have joined forces with their Lenasia neighbours to continue the fight for better services, this time at the negotiating table.

Thembelihle protests continue after address by housing official

Residents of Thembelihle, south of Jo'burg, continued a service delivery protest after they were addressed by housing official Humphrey Mmemezi.

Thembelihle residents to meet officials after riotous protest

Residents of Thembelihle, who staged a protest over housing and water grievances, are set to discuss the issues with Gauteng housing officials.

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