Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

Canoe polo: Stellenbosch farm children paddle to success

Four players will be representing South Africa at the Junior International Championships

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Video | 31 March 2023

Taking intellectual disability awareness month to the finish line

The annual event raises awareness and support

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Photo Essay | 27 March 2023

Can this township become a model for bike transport?

Cycling is becoming popular in Langa and a way to make a living

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News | 10 March 2023

Over 1,000 march in support of queer pride

“We should be able to live without fear of being persecuted just for who we are”

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Photo Essay | 6 March 2023

Informal traders inside Cape Town mall told to vacate by next Sunday

For many traders in Belhar Mall, this is their only income to support their families

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News | 2 March 2023

Budget protesters demand “a decent life”

Cry of the Xcluded calls for basic income grant in Wednesday’s budget

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Brief | 21 February 2023

Township boxer wants to train “the next Tyson”

But Masiphumelele’s boxing gym has hardly any equipment

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Photo Essay | 8 February 2023

“We’re losing big time”- businesses crippled by Eskom blackouts

Reduced income and extra costs are hurting local enterprise

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Photo Essay | 30 January 2023

Video: This abalone farm is starting to thrive

Inside a partly community-owned perlemoen farm that’s now producing 60 tonnes of the pricey gastropods every year

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Video | 25 January 2023

Perlemoen farm gives hope to West Coast community

Doring Bay Abalone, 37% owned by the community, produces about 60 tonnes of abalone per year, mostly to legally export to China.

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News | 24 January 2023

Families flock to Cape Town’s historic tidal pools

Some people came as children, now they bring their own children

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Photo Essay | 18 January 2023

The most borrowed books from five Cape Town libraries

Public libraries are hosting a range of events and activities to keep children entertained this holiday

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Photo Essay | 22 December 2022

Video: Snake handler has caught twice as many snakes this season. He explains why

Dry weather and habitat loss in the Western Cape are possibly making human encounters with these beautiful creatures more common

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Video | 15 December 2022

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