Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

Court upholds eviction of circus occupiers

Residents offered accommodation at the Culemborg Safe Space and must be out by 31 July


News | 26 May 2023

Limpopo learners keep tabs on river water quality

Project links academics, citizen scientists and learners to monitor borehole and river water


Feature | 25 May 2023

Families face eviction from the land they’ve farmed for generations

Housing Development Agency wants to use the land in Malmesbury for development

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News | 25 May 2023

Langa Dompas Museum: the story of apartheid’s hated “pass”

On the premises of the old court, the museum pays tribute to those who suffered

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Feature | 18 May 2023

Twitter threats to litigants in Zimbabwean Exemption Permit court case

Global South Against Xenophobia urges police to act


Brief | 18 April 2023

Mass boeka transforms notorious Manenberg street

Over 200 people were treated to a meal as part of the annual “Boeka in die Laan” event on Sunday


Photo Essay | 17 April 2023

Hero gardener saves man from burning car

John Manda pulled elderly man from a car in Rooiels

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News | 11 April 2023

Canoe polo: Stellenbosch farm children paddle to success

Four players will be representing South Africa at the Junior International Championships

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Video | 31 March 2023

Taking intellectual disability awareness month to the finish line

The annual event raises awareness and support

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Photo Essay | 27 March 2023

Can this township become a model for bike transport?

Cycling is becoming popular in Langa and a way to make a living


News | 10 March 2023

Over 1,000 march in support of queer pride

“We should be able to live without fear of being persecuted just for who we are”


Photo Essay | 6 March 2023

Informal traders inside Cape Town mall told to vacate by next Sunday

For many traders in Belhar Mall, this is their only income to support their families


News | 2 March 2023

Budget protesters demand “a decent life”

Cry of the Xcluded calls for basic income grant in Wednesday’s budget


Brief | 21 February 2023

Township boxer wants to train “the next Tyson”

But Masiphumelele’s boxing gym has hardly any equipment


Photo Essay | 8 February 2023

“We’re losing big time”- businesses crippled by Eskom blackouts

Reduced income and extra costs are hurting local enterprise


Photo Essay | 30 January 2023

Video: This abalone farm is starting to thrive

Inside a partly community-owned perlemoen farm that’s now producing 60 tonnes of the pricey gastropods every year

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Video | 25 January 2023