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Uproar over fines against homeless

The City of Cape Town has come under fire by some sectors of society over its controversial move to fine homeless people living on the streets of Cape Town.

From Previous Issues

From Tragedy to Triumph

At the age of 78, a fire still burns in the heart of Maggie Oewies-Shongwe, founder of South Africa’s first labour union, to alleviate the plight of domestic workers. Now retired, she’s still as outspoken as ever on issues of injustice and poverty.

Exposing Bullying

Chauncey’s Epic Anti-Bullying Club gives a voice to survivors of bullying. Founder Beverley Davids shares how the club is honouring the memory of her late son Chauncey, who was bullied at school.

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