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Meet Khayelitsha’s guerilla gardeners

For GroundUp. In April 2016, a group of about 12 people cleared a patch of public land previously used as an illegal dumping ground next to the Khayelitsha…

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Review: Unfinished Vol. 4

For What’s on in Cape Town. The Unfinished Series is an initiative by Darkroom Contemporary, which brings together dancers and musicians for a collaborative performance. To create a…

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Smashing patriarchy, one hip hop cypher at a time

For Africa is a Country. “Women, for long you’ve been preached over; preserved for one purpose of giving birth,” is a line from Sistah Anela’s song “Zivume” on…

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Turned Away From Hospitals For 10 Years: A Malawian Asylum Seeker Tells His Story

For The Daily Vox.

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City promises social housing in Woodstock

For GroundUp.

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Salt River family ordered to leave their home of 11 years

For GroundUp

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The Students Fighting to Decolonialise Music and Dance in South Africa

For Okayafrica

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A Community in Crisis: Gentrification in Woodstock and Salt River

I created a location-aware, GPS-triggered, documentary audio tour about gentrification in Woodstock and Salt River. While some argue these areas are improving – less crime, more business, prettier…

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Salt River man’s daily battle “to put a candle and bread on the table”

Published by GroundUp

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Uncertain future for residents of old stables in Woodstock

Published by GroundUp