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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

Kalk Bay’s fishers battle to keep their heritage alive

Jacobus Poggenpoel’s family has been fishing for generations but tightening quotas are putting a strain on finances

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Video | 10 February 2022

Watch: Guitars instead of guns for Cape Flats children

Bands not Gangs runs a music project that aims to reduce gangsterism

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Video | 21 January 2022

Watch: Half-a-century later, these apartheid victims have got their land back

Removed in the 1960s, the Bakubung clan have finalised the list of beneficiaries of their land claim

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Video | 18 January 2022

It’ll be an anxious holiday for thousands of students

In debt, many have not received their results because their fees have not been paid

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Video | 15 December 2021

Inmates share grim pictures of life in Kgosi Mampuru prison

Inmates inside the Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Facility in Pretoria have described conditions as inhumane, dangerous and a health hazard.

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Video | 14 December 2021

Meet Koketso Moloko - a successful woman farmer

Starting a farm during lockdown was tough but now she has some big clients

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Video | 29 November 2021

How horses give hope to Atlantis youth

Horse Pals rescues horses — and people

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Video | 11 November 2021

Neither here nor there: South Africa’s undocumented children

Akela was born in South Africa. Her parents are from Mozambique. But officially she doesn't exist.

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Video | 3 November 2021

Local recyclers win global award

Two billion people around the globe don’t have their waste collected, and only 10% of waste is recycled in South Africa.

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Video | 27 October 2021

Bongie Mahlangu started a thriving business despite the Covid pandemic

During the Covid-19 lockdown about 2.9 million people, mostly women, lost their jobs according to the NIDS CRAM survey.

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Video | 12 October 2021

How chefs are turning waste into nutritious meals

An organisation called Chefs with Compassion began feeding hungry people during lockdown

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Video | 7 October 2021