Social and Justice issues
A peculiar zone where even cops feared to tread . . .
So many unanswered questions . . .
REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK Polka dot blankets and pillows line the pavement outside Addington Hospital’s health clinic where women waiting to have abortions lie curled up on the cold cement.
Young women wanting abortions have resorted to sleeping overnight on the pavement outside Durban’s Addington Hospital.
Convicted rock-thrower Nkosinathi Mthalane, 27, has been sent to jail for 10 years following his confession before Durban Magistrate Anand Maharaj to having thrown rocks at cars to “chase away
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
Kethu Lembethe reflects on stepping out her comfort zone on her first Roving Reporters assignment – a visit to a transit camp in Clermont, Durban.
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
The wrong man is in the dock, says Durban lawyer.
Sanele Goodness May, the man who was behind the wheel of the truck that killed 22 people last week, has a story that needs to be told. But right now,