Scant Hope For the People of Mazista in South Africa
Poor education, lack of services, HIV/Aids, and abuse from employers still prevails in the North West town of Mazista, despite almost 100 years of existence, writes Greg Nicolson for Daily Maverick.
File photo: For the people of Mazista, no electricity means cooking is usually done outside over a fire and when it rains, many of the children go hungry.
South Africa: Mazista - No Water, No Electricity, Scant Hope
Daily Maverick, 19 November 2012
After almost 100 years of existence and 18 years into democracy, the North West town of Mazista still lacks the essential services of water and electricity. It’s blighted by… Read more »
BuaNews, 22 March 2007
Poor working and living conditions of members of Mazista community, in Kgetleng Local Municipality (KLM) will soon be addressed, North West Premier Edna Molewa said. Read more »