Articles for Ashraf Hendricks

One less obstacle for Bishopscourt land claimants

The Friends of Liesbeek Association has withdrawn a town planning appeal, but a court case remains to be settled

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News | 22 September 2023

In photos: Namaqualand flowers bloom after rainy winter

Rainfall in national park has nearly doubled this year

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Photo Essay | 30 August 2023

We bought dagga. It was probably illegal. Here’s why

The Medicines Act is being misused while Parliament dithers

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Feature | 25 August 2023

Khayelitsha Cookies prefers hiring people to using machines

From just two staff in 2005 to almost 80 women now, the hand baked cookie business has risen from humble beginnings


Photo Essay | 18 August 2023

In photos: Violence marks taxi strike

Two dead, motorists attacked, buses torched, and taxis impounded


Photo Essay | 7 August 2023

Supporters of gay rights and EFF members go head to head at UCT

Tensions ahead of lecture by controversial Kenyan professor

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Brief | 24 July 2023

Inside a Cape Flats minstrel band

“This is more than just a band. This is like a family.”


Photo Essay | 20 July 2023

Video: Meet Hout Bay’s Super Sandman

Innocent Zunga creates beautiful sculptures using beach sand


Video | 22 June 2023

Video: River cuts off Citrusdal

Citrusdal residents have been isolated in their town since Wednesday evening after flooding cut off access to the Cederberg town. Some residents are stranded outside with no way to return to their homes.

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News | 17 June 2023

In photos: Citrusdal cut off from the world

Road into town collapses in flood. Officials are trying to access the town from gravel roads.

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Photo Essay | 16 June 2023

Hands off Antarctic, demand protesters

Door to the global fridge should be locked, say activists


Brief | 5 June 2023

Kalk Bay’s beloved buskers

Some have been playing music on these streets for 20 years


Photo Essay | 5 June 2023

Court upholds eviction of circus occupiers

Residents offered accommodation at the Culemborg Safe Space and must be out by 31 July


News | 26 May 2023

Limpopo learners keep tabs on river water quality

Project links academics, citizen scientists and learners to monitor borehole and river water


Feature | 25 May 2023

Families face eviction from the land they’ve farmed for generations

Housing Development Agency wants to use the land in Malmesbury for development

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News | 25 May 2023

Langa Dompas Museum: the story of apartheid’s hated “pass”

On the premises of the old court, the museum pays tribute to those who suffered

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Feature | 18 May 2023