Kimberley residents fed up with municipality’s handling of water crisis

The city has had rolling water cuts since December

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15 March 2021

“They say we are assaulting people. We say we are blessing them.”

Part two of a three part series on vigilantism in South Africa

Text by Christopher Clark. Photos by Shaun Swingler.

25 August 2017

“People call us before they call the police”: a vigilante group’s quest for legitimacy

Part one of a three part series on vigilantism in South Africa

Text by Christopher Clark. Photos by Shaun Swingler.

22 August 2017

Allegations of abuse at Kimberley prison

But report also finds much that works well

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24 May 2017

Ekapa and zama-zamas fight over mining rights

Will Department of Mineral Resources use the opportunity to regulate small-miners?

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5 December 2016

Ekapa case shows South Africa’s stark inequalities

Mining companies and government move to end livelihoods of thousands of informal miners

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5 December 2016

Kimberley businesses furious with multinational diamond mining company

They accuse Petra Diamonds of overlooking them for all but small contracts

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8 April 2016