Photo Essay

Developer strikes landmark deal with families occupying Kommetjie land

Eviction case withdrawn from High Court

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Photo Essay | 7 July 2022

Hundreds march through city centre to kick off Durban Pride

Organisers call for better support and protection for victims of hate crimes, especially in townships

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Photo Essay | 28 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

Eviction looms for families living in former panelbeaters’ building in Tshwane

City plans to evict residents of MeatKing

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Photo Essay | 25 March 2022

Mitchells Plain train stations are in ruins

But Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says the Central Line will be running again by July 2022

Text and Photos by Ashraf Hendricks

Photo Essay | 2 February 2022

Wolwerivier’s karate dojo: police captain teaches children “not to fight”

Carol-Ann Daniels found that children in one of Cape Town’s poorest areas had nothing to do

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Photo Essay | 25 January 2022

What a year! 2021 in photos

A selection of photos we took this year

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Photo Essay | 20 December 2021

#StiekUitVaccinate: Bboys promote Covid vaccination in Mitchells Plain

More than 120 people were vaccinated at the event

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Photo Essay | 15 December 2021

Crayfish quota increased after protests by fishers

But quota to be cut again over the next two years to allow the stock to recover

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Photo Essay | 13 December 2021

Long queues at Home Affairs in spite of minister’s promise

But provincial manager claims “Home Affairs has declared war on queues”

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Photo Essay | 29 November 2021

Young gardeners are building a fynbos corridor across the Cape Flats

Greenpop’s project aims to “bring Kirstenbosch” to schools

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Photo Essay | 22 November 2021

Immigrants tough it out in Joburg’s “dark buildings”

They face police raids, evictions, extortion and crime

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Photo Essay | 5 November 2021

Immigrant children use art to show how prejudice hurts

“I have never been to the DRC. I speak Sesotho fluently and a bit of Afrikaans but I am treated very differently by my peers.”

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Photo Essay | 29 October 2021

Teaching tomorrow’s ballet stars in Gugulethu

The Move for Two dance school has classes three times a week in a classroom at Bonga Primary school

Text and Photos by Ashraf Hendricks

Photo Essay | 24 August 2021