Articles by Ashraf Hendricks

‘Festival of the sacrifice’ celebrated in Cape Town

Eid Al-Adha commemorates Ibrahim's sacrifice of a lamb instead of his son

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12 September 2016

Khayelitsha students protest gangsterism in schools

Students took their demands to the offices of the Western Cape Education Department today

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9 September 2016

Old Mutual taken to Human Rights Commission over cricket club

Complaint over closure of programme for children from poor areas

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6 September 2016

Sans Souci students call for principal to step down

Meeting between students and school appears to have broken down

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2 September 2016

Residents and police clash in Elsie’s River after homes demolished

“We are indigenous people and we have a right to be here” says community leader

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25 August 2016

SABC finally screens Miners Shot Down - sort of

Protesters project documentary onto state broadcaster's building in Sea Point

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17 August 2016

Car guard gets thieves arrested

Quick thinking by Tshepo Molaoele helps cops set up sting

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5 August 2016

Tension over family living in historical Muslim cemetery

"You don’t want to do anything that’s going to starve the kids,” says neighbour

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15 June 2016

Mitchells Plain’s safe place for vulnerable children

Staff at Baitul Ansaar open their hearts to abused and neglected children

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3 June 2016

Grabouw: “We are sitting here, lost”

Siyanyanzela residents face uncertain future

Text by Mary-Anne Gontsana and Stephanie Kelly. Photos by Ashraf Hendricks.

17 May 2016

Hall packed for Anelisa Dulaze memorial

Murdered student fondly remembered by community

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13 May 2016

Riot in Grabouw over housing

Traffic department destroyed and schools closed

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11 May 2016

Rhodes Must Fall exhibition vandalised in UCT protest

Trans Collective splashes red paint on photos

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10 March 2016

Disabled UCT students demand access

"It’s not that we are being difficult or trying to make people's lives harder. We just want access to the education we paid for."

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27 January 2016

Mitchells Plain marches against violence

About 150 people from Mitchells Plain, supported by many organisations, marched against gender-based violence to start the annual 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children campaign.

Ashraf Hendricks

25 November 2015

UWC shut down

There was utter chaos at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) on Wednesday when riot police clashed with student protesters and used rubber bullets, stun grenades and teargas. Ashraf Hendricks documents the day-long standoff where a building was set alight, fires started and rocks thrown at police and private security. The protests were triggered by an email from the Chairperson of Council, which criticised the #FeesMustFall movement and said the protesters needed to engage with the SRC in order to have a special council meeting.

Photos by Ashraf Hendricks

12 November 2015