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Tlou Legodi

Diversion programmes can change young lives

Diversion programmes can change young lives

Captain Makwenete Matshaba tells Joanne Joseph that the children end up trusting the police and opening up.

Case begins as sisters seek justice for 1970s abuse

Case begins as sisters seek justice for 1970s abuse

Lisa van der Merwe and her sister Claudine Shiels say their relatives molested them between 1974 and 1979.

SAHRC paves way for dialogue between government and backyard dwellers

SAHRC paves way for dialogue between government and backyard dwellers

South African Human Rights Commission regional chairperson Chris Nissen says a summit will take on the 29th of August.

 Ivory Park residents bar Eskom from removing illegal connections

Ivory Park residents bar Eskom from removing illegal connections

However, there is a group of customers willing to work with Eskom and so far the utility has replaced about 22 transformers.

Muofhe appointed to head SSA domestic branch

Muofhe appointed to head SSA domestic branch

The new man in charge intends to lift the agency's image again so that it can do what it's supposed to do in terms of the law.

UWC scientist selected as part of Next Einstein Forum

UWC scientist selected as part of Next Einstein Forum

Dr Fanelwa Ngece-Ajayi has been selected to be part of the Next Einstein Forum's 2019-2021 fellows programme.

Optimism for Springboks as world cup approaches

Optimism for Springboks as world cup approaches

Independent Media digital sports editor Ashfak Mohamed says youngsters must be given a chance at Rugby World Cup.

Marikana Support Campaign protests at Mogwase court

Marikana Support Campaign protests at Mogwase court

Right to Know wants the Farlam Commission report into the massacre to be made public.

Sheets for Shirts initiative changes lives of Cape Town youngsters

Sheets for Shirts initiative changes lives of Cape Town youngsters

Royal Kids founder Danolene Johanessen says they have clothed about 1,800 kids over the past couple of months.