Articles by Moira Levy

Township residents occupy city old age home

CPOA says it intended to upgrade Observatory building, but new residents say they will not move

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1 October 2019

Fees Commission proposes free education, but not at university

President releases report of Heher Commission

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13 November 2017

Parliament in court over its high paid bouncers

New elite security team displaces long-serving parliamentary protection officers

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13 September 2017

National government to rescue KZN’s collapsing health department

Minister responds in Parliament to damning report

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7 September 2017

NPA and Hawks under fire for failing to control illegal flow of money

Derek Hanekom asks Hawks if they were under political pressure to drop cases

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31 August 2017

False start to Parliament’s state capture probe

“The key thing here is that we need to get the money back as soon as possible”

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17 August 2017

UWC sees no quick solution to residence crisis

“Many of the students we register have no financial means to find accommodation”

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11 August 2017

Scopa takes aim at Hawks and NPA

“We want faster results. Society is waiting for consequences.”

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2 August 2017

Sea Point Jewish residents and domestic workers meet over Tafelberg

Claims of anti-semitism in affordable housing campaign are “totally baseless and silly”, says activist

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25 July 2017

Pityana asks MPs to vote according to conscience

“Zuma and his cohorts conduct themselves in a way that represents a betrayal of the liberation movement”

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21 July 2017

Children with disabilities grow old waiting for schools

Department has doubled placement but waiting lists are growing

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12 July 2017

New mining law headed for the bin or court

A flawed public participation process in the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Bill has created a serious dilemma for legislators

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6 July 2017