Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

Wolwerivier transformed into a catwalk for International Women’s Day

Organisers hope the annual modelling event will encourage more young women from the community to follow their dreams

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Photo Essay | 11 March 2024

In photos: Cape Town’s apartheid-era flats

More than R1.2-billion has been allocated over the next three years to maintain these blocks

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Photo Essay | 8 March 2024

Hydrogen project splits Richtersveld community

A mega green hydrogen project and port development are planned for Boegoebaai

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Feature | 7 March 2024

Photographing an eviction in Cape Town

I placed a GoPro on my camera to show what’s happening from a photographer’s perspective

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Video | 29 February 2024

Fiery end to Green Point tent city

The homeless community was evicted on Thursday

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News | 22 February 2024

Green Point “Tent City”: Homeless camp’s days are numbered

Relocation options unsatisfactory for many of the occupiers

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Feature | 20 February 2024

Video: We asked people what they want President Ramaphosa to say in the State of the Nation Address

“I want him to talk about crime … and youth who need jobs”

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Video | 8 February 2024

Children feel the magic of stories at World Read Aloud Day

Event organised by Nal’ibali and the City of Cape Town

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Brief | 8 February 2024

Nine years later, here is how Wolwerivier is doing

Residents of the City’s emergency housing development face unemployment, extreme heat, and overcrowding. But “we have achieved a lot” says a community member

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News | 1 February 2024

In photos: Pringle Bay on fire

Firefighters are battling to contain the blaze which has entered its third day

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Photo Essay | 31 January 2024

Laundry offers free showers to homeless people

LaundReCycle is energy and water self-sufficient. It has been running since 2021 at the Streetscapes Urban Farm.

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Brief | 30 January 2024

In photos: Beautiful bioluminescence at Muizenberg

Red tide lights up False Bay coast

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Brief | 16 January 2024

Picket against “water apartheid”

There’s enough water - the problem is allocation, says protester

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Brief | 8 December 2023

Township boxing gym punches far above its weight

Mzi Damesi started the Overstrand Whale Boxing Club nearly 20 years ago in Hermanus

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Photo Essay | 7 December 2023

The Big Issue might have to shut down after R600,000 cyber scam

It was a targeted attack, says cyber security firm probing the theft from the magazine’s account

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News | 30 November 2023

Solidarity demonstrations with Palestinians held in Joburg and Cape Town

“We also faced a very oppressive apartheid regime” says protester

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Photo Essay | 29 November 2023