Sea Point shows how developers use these organisations to advance their own interests
By Gavin Silber and Sarita Pillay
Analysis | 14 March 2018
Clear plans needed for social housing in Cape Town
By Sarita Pillay and Julian Sendin
Opinion | 4 April 2017
City’s missed opportunity to ensure inclusive redevelopment
Opinion | 21 September 2016
The corridors are long and institution-like, lined by doors. Light peeks in through the staircase windows, but the corridors are dark, despite it being 10AM on a bright Johannesburg day.
Feature | 20 November 2015
At the end of grade nine South African students are expected to decide which subjects they would like to continue with for the rest of high school. One of the important decisions they make is whether or not they will continue with maths, or take maths literacy. As five students explain, the decision is tough, affects their future, and is not always made freely and based on their true ability and interests.
Feature | 9 October 2015
Virginia Sibanda, like thousands of youth across South Africa in November 2014, was hunched over a desk, pen in hand, taking her matric exams. Her years of accumulated academic trophies and certificates culminated in these papers. She had attended tutoring sessions, practiced the past exams, and had applied to universities to pursue her dream of studying medicine.
Feature | 1 October 2015