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A mother will face the father of her three children in the Pinetown Magistrate's Court today to explain how she and the children have been condemned to poverty by the jailing of their breadwinner for repeatedly raping their seven-year-old daughter.
"Shame on you South Africa."
South Africa is short of at least 38000 nurses but some refugee nurses from elsewhere in Africa have waited for more than a decade to be registered and allowed to work here, according to Wits professor Aurelia Segatti, of the African Centre for Migration and Society.
Rand Water holds the country's highest security classification. Yet thieves were able to plunge the organisation into its worst crisis in over a century.