Interview

Six months of the Solidarity Fund: How is it doing?

An interview with Adrian Enthoven, deputy-chair of the fund

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1 October 2020

Covid-19: Eastern Cape doctor describes life-and-death decisions

“There’s no doubt that this is the biggest challenge we face in the living memory of being in practice for 20 years”

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21 July 2020

Covid-19 lockdown bridges social divide for Durban’s homeless

Raymond Perrier of the Denis Hurley Centre says it took three days to achieve what NGOs had been trying to do for three years

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24 April 2020

Extinction Rebellion comes to South Africa

We interview the local leadership

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11 June 2019

Chief Justice’s office spent R114 million on travel. We asked why

Interview with Judiciary’s spokesperson

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17 May 2019

Low wages will not solve South Africa’s unemployment problem, argues economist

Growth in manufacturing is essential but not at the expense of workers

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18 February 2019

We are ready for healing, says new Equal Education general secretary

Organisation looks to build on recent success while learning from mistakes

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25 July 2018

Will Prasa’s new board get it back on track? An interview with Khanyisile Kweyama

PRASA is in ICU but not the morgue, says new chairperson

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6 June 2018

First year firefighter rises to the top

Amiena Pillay received the award for Best Seasonal Firefighter from the City of Cape Town

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4 May 2018

Drought: City answers your questions

Ian Neilson, JP Smith and Priya Reddy respond to readers’ questions

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27 January 2018

Airbnb and Cape Town’s rising rents: an interview with Chris Lehane

The company’s strategy boss says regulation is welcome. But why hasn’t government done so?

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23 October 2017

Brett Herron explains Cape Town’s big housing policy shift

The way development takes place needs to change if we’re to have a more equitable city, says councillor

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4 October 2017

John Fredericks: “I’ve been labelled a skollie all my life”

Author talks about how his acclaimed movie is helping to change lives on the Cape Flats

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15 September 2017

Pityana asks MPs to vote according to conscience

“Zuma and his cohorts conduct themselves in a way that represents a betrayal of the liberation movement”

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21 July 2017

Adam Habib: Wits is reaching a point of no return

Vice-Chancellor speaks on the student protests, a poll on whether Wits should resume lectures, and the consequences of a shutdown

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28 September 2016

1976 in Cape Town: recollections of 11 August

"We did not burn the schools"

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16 June 2016