GANGS

Moms march for their murdered children

“I am sick and tired of this. I have no faith in police. I have been failed time and time again.”

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1 August 2017

Sometimes, gangsterism is the norm

Cape Flats residents paint a complex picture of the causes of gang violence

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16 March 2017

Shaudeville residents march against drugs and gangsters

They accuse police and courts of being too lenient on criminals

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29 August 2016

Protesters accuse Zille of failing to take action on youth gangs

Dispute between SJC, EE and provincial government over whether key recommendation of Khayelitsha Inquiry has been implemented

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25 August 2016

The difficult exit from the gang

Each step in makes it harder to get out

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5 July 2016

Khayelitsha’s kid gangsters

“We are fighting for our freedom, our freedom to go anywhere we want to go in Khayelitsha,” says Latinyo, an 18-year-old grade 12 learner from Khayelitsha's H-section. He has been involved in gangs since the age of 12 and says he has lost count of how many murders he has committed.

Mary-Anne Gontsana

18 April 2012