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A different way to fight climate change

Extinction Rebellion’s imaginative protests are entertaining. But they are also deadly serious.

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Video | 28 November 2022

Turning Soweto’s rubbish into income

Lebogang Parkie and his friends have persevered despite a terrible attempt to derail their business

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Video | 22 November 2022

Video: Cikizwa wants to go to school

The Eastern Cape learner is kept waiting for a place in high school, after five years of treatment for a spinal condition

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Video | 13 October 2022

City of Joburg demolished Mama Fifi’s urban farm, but she’s determined to start again

June demolition of Bertrams Urban Farm, running for 16 years, disrupted dozens of feeding schemes

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Video | 8 August 2022

Video: Building classrooms from plastic waste in Diepsloot

Local NGO turns plastic waste into eco-bricks

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Video | 12 July 2022

Video: Making fun books for children in their mother-tongue

“It’s not that children don’t like to read. It’s that they haven’t found the right book yet” says Tina Akuoko of Ethnikids.

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Video | 8 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

Video: Eat a bug today!

Meet Phuti Kabasa and her thriving mopane worm business

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Video | 2 June 2022

Video: Kicking bad habits: soccer helps to give boys dignity

Build our Boyz Foundation works to keep boys in school

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Video | 26 May 2022

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