Articles by Ashraf Hendricks

Battle for land ends after 22 years

Constitutional Court rules in favour of Prudhoe community in the Eastern Cape

By

25 November 2020

Blouvlei crèche survived apartheid but may not survive Covid-19

The historic crèche opened in 1955 in Cape Town by Dora Tamana is struggling

By

17 November 2020

Giant puppet’s 8,000 km journey started in Muizenberg

“Little Amal” will walk on stilts across Europe to highlight the plight of young refugees

By

11 November 2020

Tensions reach breaking point in Franschhoek valley

There is a a decades-long battle over Boschendal housing

Text by . Photos by .

6 November 2020

School that grows its own food feeds hundreds daily

Levana Primary is located in Cape Town’s economically depressed Lavender Hill

By

26 October 2020

“The farmers are coming!” protesters march to Parliament

MEC Meyer says farmers are living in fear

By

25 October 2020

A Cape Town mom couldn’t find a school for her autistic son. So she started one

Phumeza Booi Welisa hopes to turn her daycare facility into a registered ECD centre

By

15 October 2020

The “Angels” who open their homes to children in need

These volunteers offer after-school care to hundreds of children

By

8 October 2020

Artist hopes portrait will haunt police

A life-sized portrait has been placed near the police station where a sex worker died in custody

By

24 September 2020

Hopes for new Cape Town restaurant after Covid-19 devastated industry

“Local everything” should be industry’s new focus, says restaurateur

Text by . Photos by .

18 September 2020

Covid-19: “We are starving” says singer Vicky Sampson

About 50 musicians and performers picket outside Parliament demanding relief money

By

16 September 2020

The smell of fire hangs in the air in Imizamo Yethu

Bantu Dabula’s home has been burnt down three times

Text by . Photos by .

10 September 2020

Meet Plett’s happy dogs

Volunteers feed 250 pets from informal settlements every Saturday

By

3 September 2020

We followed community health worker Katrina Jacobs for a day. It’s incredible what she does

She is one of thousands providing essential care across the country

By

21 August 2020

Success against Covid-19: Temporary Cape Town hospital closes

“We’ve got to now save jobs and stop hunger and unemployment,” says Premier Alan Winde

By and

12 August 2020

Telling the Covid-19 story with puppets

Ukwanda film teaches children about the pandemic

By

7 August 2020