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Investigations Social and Justice issues Tale of Two Hijackers

Broken link in the justice chain

From a fight over a bicycle to body bags – this is the story of two hikackers, Vuyani “Vivi” Mthembu and his childhood partner in crime, S’phelele Shezi.

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South African version of Truman Capote’s, In Cold Blood?

“You’re cadet journalists, barely a published word to your names, jointly or individually, and what you’re working on has potential to be a global hit!” So said author, Denis Beckett,

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WHOONGA PARK

A peculiar zone where even cops feared to tread . . . 

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Men of straw versus iSimangaliso

Living in a World Heritage Site is not easy as was dramatically highlighted in a case of a young man, Muzi Mthembu, convicted in 2013, for his role in the

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Abortion stigma strikes

Young women wanting abortions have resorted to sleeping overnight on the pavement outside Durban’s Addington Hospital.

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On the trail of a rock thrower

What does a rookie Roving Reporter do when briefed to find out about a suspected serial rock-thrower? Oh and yes, no one in the newsroom has his name or knows where

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Stepping into a ‘foreign’ world

Kethu Lembethe reflects on stepping out her comfort zone on her first Roving Reporters assignment – a visit to a transit camp in Clermont, Durban.

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Bearing up for a long wait for housing

On a visit to Lindela transit camp in Clermont, outside Durban, Kethukuthula Lembethe discovers the hardships people are willing to bear in the long wait for decent housing.

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Under siege in Clermont

A ministerial housing project has gone awry in Clermont, Durban. Fifteen families who refuse to destroy their homes and move into a transit camp to make way for planned developments