Carol-Ann Daniels found that children in one of Cape Town’s poorest areas had nothing to do
Photo Essay | 25 January 2022
Here, once a month, the scent of milktarts, cupcakes, or doughnuts can be discovered
Video | 31 March 2021
Children have learnt to stand apart as they wait for their meals
Video | 30 April 2020
Residents describe problems, but also some improvements
News | 7 September 2017
Residents say they live in overcrowded conditions while houses stand empty
News | 9 March 2017
City refuses to provide its contingency plan for how children will be looked after
News | 5 August 2016
Residents frustrated with communication and security problems
News | 19 February 2016
Residents battle in fierce heatwave
News | 20 January 2016
There is a deepening crisis of overcrowding, joblessness, insecurity and general destitution at Wolwerivier relocation camp. The community have explained their experiences, along with a call for engagement and support, in writing to the City of Cape Town. Their letter was ignored.
Opinion | 14 August 2015
Dozens of Metro Law Enforcement officers swooped on Wolwerivier relocation camp on Wednesday morning. They broke locks and ejected two households deemed to have occupied the municipal built structures unlawfully. Yet, a community leader has called this show of force an insult, citing the general lack of safety and protection for Wolwerivier's inhabitants.
News | 30 July 2015
Loud barks from a multitude of dogs are what you hear when entering the small area of Wolwerivier, where 28 families live under difficult conditions.
Feature | 20 March 2015