How two audacious occupations are shifting the housing debate

An introduction to our series on the occupations of Helen Bowden Nurses Home and Woodstock Hospital


GroundView | 29 August 2018

Reclaim the City has the potential to change Cape Town, but it faces many threats

Our view of the Helen Bowden and Woodstock Hospital occupations


GroundView | 29 August 2018

Openness of Bongani Mayosi’s family shows great courage

Depression is an illness, not a shame


GroundView | 30 July 2018

Can subsidised rentals help solve the housing crisis?

It’s an idea whose time has come but it is not a cure-all


GroundView | 27 June 2018

Why are there so many land occupations in Cape Town?

City has condemned the “scourge” of “invasions”


GroundView | 27 March 2018

Day Zero and Cape Town’s cacophony of chaos

Mmusi Maimane’s approach to the water crisis is wrong


GroundView | 24 January 2018

Metrorail’s lies

Blaming vandalism and theft for the closure of major Cape Town commuter line is disingenuous


GroundView | 11 December 2017

Cape Town’s welcome change in housing policy

Good work by housing activists and city officials


GroundView | 27 September 2017

Hout Bay shows how desperately we need good police leadership

Police commissioners’ silence following shooting of Ona Dubula is shameful


GroundView | 14 September 2017

KPMG’s questionable behaviour goes beyond Gupta companies

Yet another scandal means it’s time for some changes in the auditing industry


GroundView | 22 August 2017

Ethics of our Table Mountain mugger article

Story is in the public interest


GroundView | 5 December 2016

Understanding the court challenge to the nuclear deal

Major case against state capture will be heard in December


GroundView | 25 November 2016

Keep universities open

Consequences of a shutdown will be terrible


GroundView | 30 September 2016