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Alexkor facing criminal charges over Northern Cape mining operations
Striking workers remove Clover products from shop shelves
Hundreds of Clover workers picket outside Department of Trade
Durban beachgoers continue to swim despite warning signs
Elim in Limpopo has been without water for more than a year
This photograph was published on Facebook by conservationist Bool Smuts to expose how a farm owner was capturing and killing baboons and other wildlife. Copied as fair use.
Striking Clover workers to get overdue bonuses by Friday
Alexandra residents clean up township
Women carry water buckets for kilometres, while water workers go unpaid
Filthy Mthatha is a pigsty, say residents
New court case launched to stop Shell's seismic survey on Wild Coast
"Go to hell Shell" - protesters
River Club was not on Amazon's shortlist - court papers
Artists protest outside the Department of Arts and Culture in Pretoria in May. Photo: Julia Evans/GroundUp
Shacks built by Siyahlala informal settlement residents on the railway line in Langa will only be relocated next year. Photo: Tariro Washinyira / GroundUp
South Africa’s Legal Practice Council (LPC) and the Minister of Justice are opposing a court bid by three Zimbabwean-born graduates to change legislation which bars them from practicing law in South Africa. Photo: Brian Turner via  (CC BY 2.0)
Musina residents demand reliable water supply
E Cape women abandon vegetable gardens to collect scrap for cash
The Constitutional Court has overturned a judgment of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal which found that the Road Accident Fund can reject a compensation claim that it is not brought within three years because of a person’s mental incapacity. Archive photo: Ciaran Ryan / GroundUp
Taps run dry in the village of Mandela's childhood home
Image source: © Leonard Zhukovsky –
State liable for damages after teenager shot by off-duty cop
New data shows how badly polluted Cape Town's vleis are
Local manufacture of army's new uniforms will create jobs
The proposed N2 Toll Road will cut through Sigidi village. Map: Lisa Nelson
Illustration: Lisa Nelson
Vital Concourt judgment on warrantless searches
Photo: Santeri Viinamäki via  (CC BY SA 4.0)
Steel federation says 6% wage increase offer is final
Workers and police clash as Numsa steel strike continues
Preparations for construction of houses in District Six in July 2020 revealed old streets and foundations. Archive photo: Jeffrey Abrahams / GroundUp
How mining erodes the rights of women
Steel workers countrywide down tools, demanding 8% wage hike
Zandvlei opens for boating after sewage scare
Tembisa mom turns illegal dumpsite into vegetable garden
Taps dry for three weeks in rural KwaZulu-Natal
Informal waste reclaimers get World Wildlife Fund award
Gqeberha families have been housed on land polluted by methane gas, but municipality won't explain what's going on
Taps run dry as water crisis deepens in Makhanda
Joburg can no longer rely on its water supply
Cape Town's emergency housing programme is unconstitutional, says court
Lack of clean water in Hammanskraal is a violation of rights, says SAHRC
Free art therapy, drama and stories help Joburg inner-city children find their way
The City of Cape Town has defended its demolition of a tent camp on 23 August that had been set up by homeless people near the Green Point Tennis Club. Photo: Marecia Damons / GroundUp
Mayor promises probe into shoddily built Johannesburg flats
The Western Cape High Court has refused to interdict Anglican priest June Dolley-Major from claiming that fellow priest Melvin Booysen raped her. Illustration: Lisa Nelson / GroundUp
MyCiTi N2 route to open again early next year, promises new Cape Town transport chief
6,000 people sign petition demanding City of Cape Town comes clean on water quality
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