Articles by Siphokazi Vuso

Sign declaration or face eviction, says college management

After two weeks of protests, Buffalo City TVET issues ultimatum

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3 March 2017

Registration to resume on all WSU campuses

Student leaders and Walter Sisulu University management reach agreement

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15 February 2017

Vice-chancellor threatens to shut down Walter Sisulu University campus

Rob Midgley says agreement must be be reached on Tuesday with SRC

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14 February 2017

East London Ironman athletes call for more support

Being able to afford a bike and learning how to swim are among the many challenges faced by township athletes

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1 February 2017

Meat disappears with police in East London

Police are clamping down on meat hawkers who have been operating for years, but "don't have a clue" what happens to meat they confiscate 

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9 December 2016

Learners’ photos expose conditions at their schools

Exhibition in Zwelitsha marks missed deadline for fixing schools

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30 November 2016

East London men march against women abuse

“Real men provide and protect” chant marchers

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28 November 2016

No answers from municipality to residents’ complaints of leaking sewerage pipes

Duncan Village residents say their houses are wet and smelly

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24 November 2016

Motorists blind to disability

A big walk by blind people from around the Eastern Cape raised awareness on the roads

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21 November 2016

Communities blame each other for housing stalemate

Problem started when formal home owners didn’t want shacks near them

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11 November 2016

Rare facility for kids with special needs

Parents and caregivers have been running their own facility in East London for ten years

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2 November 2016

Matric exams underway: what students say

Matrics spoke to GroundUp about their expectations and experiences

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28 October 2016

No toilets, no water, no shelter at teeming taxi rank

We have to beg for our basic needs as human beings, says trader

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26 October 2016