Articles by Kimon de Greef

Immigrant food couriers risk death on South African roads

“When it rains, it’s trouble. Guys are falling all the time.”

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2 July 2019

Fisheries department rots from the top

A factional war lays bare a culture of corruption

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12 November 2018

Cops killed Hout Bay fisherman, witnesses say

Durick van Blerk has been missing since 11 August

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27 August 2018

Cops probed over missing fisherman

Police watchdog opens cases of attempted murder

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16 August 2018

Hout Bay protest turns violent after poaching death

Hangberg residents accuse law enforcement of shooting Durick van Blerk

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12 August 2018

Will Prasa’s new board get it back on track? An interview with Khanyisile Kweyama

PRASA is in ICU but not the morgue, says new chairperson

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6 June 2018

Poacher killed in high-speed boat chase

Mortimer Booysen’s body washed up near Pearly Beach

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31 May 2018

Want to curb abalone poaching? Treat the cause

Drone video that showed poachers being caught misses the point

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28 February 2018

Diving for abalone among the great white sharks

Impoverished Gansbaai residents risk death to supply illicit trade

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11 October 2017

Brett Herron explains Cape Town’s big housing policy shift

The way development takes place needs to change if we’re to have a more equitable city, says councillor

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4 October 2017

Ona Dubula returns home

Hangberg residents arrange transport: “It’s the least we could do”

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19 September 2017

A history of violence: police action in Hout Bay

Fourteen-year-old boy has surgery to remove rubber bullet

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13 September 2017

Tracking down the teenager shot in the mouth by police

Rubber bullets broke his ribs and smashed his tongue

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13 September 2017

Police shoot child in mouth

Hout Bay residents protest against shrinking lobster quotas

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12 September 2017

From war in DRC to swimming the open ocean

Young refugee plans swim from Robben Island to raise money for charity

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11 September 2017

“Not a good place for an athlete to live”

Promising Masiphumelele runner pins hopes on success, but may burn out too soon

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12 April 2017