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Video: Where others see trash, Anna and Harriet see treasure

Two entrepreneurs have been running a successful waste recycling business for over a decade

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Video | 9 May 2022

Gauteng health crisis: We interview the MEC for Health

Part seven in our video series

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Video | 5 May 2022

Video: Her aunt was tied to a bench in a hospital, so Virginia Keppler took on the Gauteng health system

Part 6 in our series on the Gauteng public health system crisis

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Video | 4 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

Video: Bara Hospital fails patients

Part five in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 28 April 2022

Video: How not to treat a patient

Part four in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 26 April 2022

Video: Emergency room burnout

Part three in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 21 April 2022

Video: Africa’s first LGBTQ+ shelter needs help to gear up for winter

The Pride Shelter in Cape Town houses 20 people, who can stay for up to three months

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Video | 21 April 2022

Video: Thato’s fight for her life

Part two in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 20 April 2022

Video: The deadly wait for cancer treatment

Part one in our series on Gauteng’s healthcare crisis

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Video | 12 April 2022

Gauteng health system in crisis

We are publishing a series of videos showing the appalling human rights abuses in the province’s hospitals

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Video | 7 April 2022

Video: How a disabled man has brought chess to one of Cape Town’s poorest schools

Sidwell Mayekiso hopes one of his students will one day become a Grandmaster

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Video | 18 March 2022

Meet Hendrick Chebanga, an artist who makes model cars

“I make anything with wheels or without wheels so long as they send me a photo”

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Video | 16 March 2022

Video: South Africa’s new poaching problem

Over 1.5 million succulents have been removed from the wild in the past 3 years

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Video | 8 March 2022

Video: Should prisoners have access to cellphones?

Phones have been used to expose abuses and there is already a thriving illicit market for them in prisons

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Video | 28 February 2022