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The Department of Basic Education failed to spend more than R90m, while dozens of schools had no toilets the Limpopo High Court has heard.
The department of basic education was warned about "sinking toilets" at a Limpopo school 10 years before Michael Komape drowned in a pit toilet, court hears.
The father of a Limpopo school boy, Michael Komape, has testified in court how he was forced to erase photos that were taken of the pit toilet that his son had drowned in.
A Northern Cape school that closed over asbestos pollution concerns did so without a plan for the pupils' continued education, legal advocacy group Section27 says.
About 100 people protested outside the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria to support a case involving SANDF members allegedly unfairly discriminated against.
The Treatment Action Campaign has accused Netcare of trying to delay and intimidate the market inquiry into the private health sector.
The North Gauteng High Court is expected to hand down judgment on an application to force Limpopo education authorities to deliver outstanding textbooks.
A parent has described school toilets in Limpopo as "scary places".
An alleged campaign planned by multinational pharmaceutical companies against proposed South African patent laws has been met with outrage.
The family of five-year-old Michael Komape, who died in a pit toilet in 2014, has been denied justice because no one has been held accountable for his death, the Limpopo High Court has heard.
The siblings of Michael Komape, a 5-year-old boy who fell into a pit toilet in 2014, were left traumatised and in disbelief in the wake of his death.
The Western Cape High Court is to hear an application relating to regulations that force medical aids to pay in full for certain conditions.
The World Medical Association must recommend that apartheid-era chemical warfare expert Dr Wouter Basson be struck off the South African medical register, NGOs say.
The basic education department will approach the Constitutional Court to appeal against a ruling over the delivery of school textbooks in Limpopo.
The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has ruled that the basic education department violated pupils' rights to education by failing to deliver textbooks in Limpopo.
Limpopo schools are taking the fight for textbooks back to court, says a report.
Civil society lobby group Section27 says it is impressed with the state of text book deliveries in Limpopo for the 2014 academic year.
Several activist groups have handed over a submission to the Department of Trade and Industry that could lead to affordable medicine.
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