Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

Hanover Park women march to end recent spate of violence

“The government has failed me and so many other families” says mother of gang victim

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Brief | 29 November 2022

A different way to fight climate change

Extinction Rebellion’s imaginative protests are entertaining. But they are also deadly serious.

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Video | 28 November 2022

Very few South Africans can swim, says the NSRI. It aims to change this

Drowning is one of the biggest causes of unnatural death in the world

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News | 18 November 2022

Gugulethu goes gaga for go-karts

Children raced against each other on the weekend but there’s more to this than fun

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Photo Essay | 1 November 2022

Homeless: “I never grew up to stand by a robot with a board”

Cape Town organisation feeding nearly three times as many people since 2019

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News | 28 October 2022

Trouble in Paradise Park: the seven-year battle to keep eviction at bay

“I would not have invested my money here if somebody told me the truth,” says Hermanus home owner

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Feature | 27 October 2022

“This place is full of rats” says homeless man from District Six

Group of about 100 people recently won a court case against the City of Cape Town

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News | 25 October 2022

Flying a kite for mental health in Manenberg

Hundreds of children, parents and caregivers enjoyed Wednesday’s event

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News | 20 October 2022

Loop: New online platform for minibus taxis launched in Cape Town

Taxi drivers and clients can connect during the day safely and more seamlessly

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Brief | 18 October 2022

Book Festival brings authors and poets to the Cape Flats

Two-day event in Mitchells Plain draws hundreds of participants

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News | 17 October 2022

Braille trail launched in Worcester

The trail at a popular botanical garden is accessible to people who use wheelchairs and people who are blind or visually impaired

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News | 14 October 2022

Five great places to eat for under R100 in Cape Town

We found some of the best local restaurants across the city where you can eat for cheap

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Photo Essay | 5 October 2022

Climate protesters cover themselves in fake blood and oil

Extinction Rebellion holds demonstration at Africa Oil Week

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News | 4 October 2022

Here’s why Cape Town is clearing invasive plants

The project is expected to save billions of litres of water a year

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News | 26 September 2022

Hundreds march to Parliament, calling for action against climate change

This Heritage Day event was part of global protests against climate change

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Brief | 24 September 2022

This is Cape Town’s best run train

Activists protest at Mini Blue Train to highlight PRASA’s failures

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Brief | 20 September 2022