Articles by Kimon de Greef

Immigrant food couriers risk death on South African roads

“When it rains, it’s trouble. Guys are falling all the time.”

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2 July 2019

Fisheries department rots from the top

A factional war lays bare a culture of corruption


12 November 2018

Cops killed Hout Bay fisherman, witnesses say

Durick van Blerk has been missing since 11 August


27 August 2018

Cops probed over missing fisherman

Police watchdog opens cases of attempted murder


16 August 2018

Hout Bay protest turns violent after poaching death

Hangberg residents accuse law enforcement of shooting Durick van Blerk


12 August 2018

Will Prasa’s new board get it back on track? An interview with Khanyisile Kweyama

PRASA is in ICU but not the morgue, says new chairperson

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6 June 2018

Poacher killed in high-speed boat chase

Mortimer Booysen’s body washed up near Pearly Beach


31 May 2018

Want to curb abalone poaching? Treat the cause

Drone video that showed poachers being caught misses the point


28 February 2018

Diving for abalone among the great white sharks

Impoverished Gansbaai residents risk death to supply illicit trade


11 October 2017

Brett Herron explains Cape Town’s big housing policy shift

The way development takes place needs to change if we’re to have a more equitable city, says councillor


4 October 2017

Ona Dubula returns home

Hangberg residents arrange transport: “It’s the least we could do”


19 September 2017

A history of violence: police action in Hout Bay

Fourteen-year-old boy has surgery to remove rubber bullet

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13 September 2017

Tracking down the teenager shot in the mouth by police

Rubber bullets broke his ribs and smashed his tongue


13 September 2017

Police shoot child in mouth

Hout Bay residents protest against shrinking lobster quotas


12 September 2017

From war in DRC to swimming the open ocean

Young refugee plans swim from Robben Island to raise money for charity


11 September 2017