Articles for Barry Christianson

Video: Kalahari project gives people back their sight

Removing cataracts is easy and inexpensive. Yet in some parts of South Africa thousands of people are waiting for surgery.

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Video | 6 September 2023

“In Camps Bay there’s lots of space – leave our beaches alone”

Capetonians speak out against development of Maiden’s Cove


Photo Essay | 25 September 2018

How Bo-Kaap’s rising property prices are threatening a community

But many of the neighbourhood’s cash-poor, asset-rich homeowners are resisting the temptation to sell

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Feature | 9 July 2018

Battle for Bo-Kaap’s future

Residents are protesting against gentrification but a heritage consultant is sceptical of “nostalgia of an imagined past”

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Feature | 26 June 2018

IN PHOTOS: Capetonians observe Ramadan

Muslim community end each day’s fast with prayer and delicious food


Photo Essay | 15 June 2018

In photos: The long wait to get home

Commuters wait for hours for taxis as bus strike continues

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Photo Essay | 23 April 2018

In photos: Cape Town’s favourite public space

Thousands visit Sea Point pool, one of the few municipal pools operating during the drought


Photo Essay | 8 January 2018