Articles by Bernard Chiguvare

Foreign nationals despondent after police raid their stalls

"What these people are doing is not right. Most of my relatives do not know what to do. All their goods were taken yesterday. They do not know what to do next," says Fatima Hassan, 29, a Somali who owns a stall in Bellville.

Bernard Chiguvare - 11 May 2015

Legalise pot, demand protestors

A few hundred people marched through Cape Town this morning, demanding that dagga be legalised.

Photos: Bernard Chiguvare. Text: GroundUp Staff. - 9 May 2015

SAMWU protests against “racist, and “corrupt, City managers

Protesters ululated, clapped hands and blew vuvuzelas in the Cape Town Civic Center, when Mayor Patricia de Lille promised to investigate allegations of racism by the City of Cape Town’s line managers.

Nombulelo Damba and Bernard Chiguvare - 6 May 2015

Escaping poverty: Mosifane’s story

Mosifane Johannes lost his parents by the time he was 11. He grew up in poverty. Today he teaches at a Free State primary school.

Bernard Chiguvare - 6 May 2015

Domestic workers union wants new minimum wage

On Thursday, a group of about ten women marched to parliament to protest against the delay by government to extend certain basic rights to domestic workers.

Bernard Chiguvare - 13 March 2015

Making music stars at Mzoli’s

Out of 50 performers, 15 managed to sail through the first stage of ‘Make you a star’ music auditions held at Mzolis, Gugulethu.

Bernard Chiguvare - 23 February 2015