Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

“Ubuntu is alive” and it sounds like marimbas

Annual Marimba Jam Festival in Cape Town brings youth together

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Brief | 13 September 2022

New library brings hope to Wolwerivier

Families in the tin settlement 30km from Cape Town have access to books at last

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News | 8 September 2022

Taxi drivers burn streets of Hout Bay

Amaphela are demanding that the City compensate them for loss of income since MyCiTi started operating

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News | 5 September 2022

Mobile showers for homeless people: “mother of water” bus launched

“I just cried underneath the water,” says homeless woman after first hot shower in ages

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News | 26 August 2022

Arson threatens fledgling bee business

Police didn’t take Vuyo Myoli’s complaint seriously, he says

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Brief | 12 August 2022

When a car is your only home

People living in their cars face fines of R300 to R500

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News | 12 August 2022

Activists launch #PatrickMustFall campaign

Dozens of women from the Cape Flats protested in Constantia on Monday

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Brief | 9 August 2022

Gugulethu’s sweetest business

Vuyo Myoli set himself up as a beekeeper in the Cape Town township

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News | 29 July 2022

We’re not alone: Cape Mental Health members share their experiences

“People need to know that things like this can happen to anybody”

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News | 25 July 2022

Developer strikes landmark deal with families occupying Kommetjie land

Eviction case withdrawn from High Court

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Photo Essay | 7 July 2022

Video: How an organisation is giving Cape Flats children balls not guns

On average three children are killed in South Africa every day, according to UNICEF South Africa.

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Video | 23 June 2022

In photos: Cape of floods

City residents battle cold and rain as a heavy storm hits Cape Town

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Photo Essay | 14 June 2022

Plan to create “Khoisan Orania” in Grabouw

Western Cape High Court to decide fate of Knoflokskraal

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Feature | 3 June 2022

Jobseekers queue in hope of short-term contracts

City of Cape Town’s Expanded Public Works Programme registration drive draws a crowd

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News | 27 May 2022

Video: He was in prison. Now he teaches elderly people how to grow vegetables

Thirty-three year old Ludwe Qamata teaches vegetable gardening to older people in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.

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Video | 3 May 2022