Toilets

Sanitisers score hand over fist

The popularity of saniters has as much to do with health as fashion and the jury is out over their efficacy, writes Laura Barton.

University works on multifunctional, desirable toilet

A team of chemical engineers at UKZN is hard at work trying to develop a high-tech, multi-use toilet that people in the developing world will want.

Toilet wars

There are no open toilets in Merafong municipality, mayor Papi Molokwane said, reacting to an allegation there were unenclosed toilets in Khutsong.

ANC mayor stood to profit from open toilets

A company co-controlled by the ANC mayor of a Free State municipality won the tender to build the toilets at the centre of a new political row.

Malema: Heads must roll for new open toilets fiasco

Somebody must take responsibility for the open toilets in the ANC's Viljoenskroon municipality in the Free State, says ANCYL president Julius Malema.

Filthy toilets a blight on Asian prosperity

Fast-growing Asian economies may be flush with money but filthy toilets remain a blight across the region despite rising standards of living.

In a state of denial

Basic service delivery can improve only when local government honestly addresses criticism about its own performance.

Khayelitsha toilet saga rumbles on

The toilets-without-walls saga in Makhaza, Khayelitsha, continued on Wednesday with the release of a report by the City of Cape Town.

Youth league leader a potty pooper

Cape Town mayor Dan Plato says an ANCYL official played integral part in installing toilets. The <i>M&G</i> quizzed him about the issue.

Beijing hopes to flush away toilet stigma

Beijing's notoriously foul-smelling and poorly tended public toilets will feature some rarely seen luxuries during the Olympics.

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20th Edition of the National Teaching Awards

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Awards affirm the vital work that teachers do

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