October 23, 2019

Climate Crisis – Oh? It affects me too?

On 20 September, thousands of young Capetonians added their voices to the call for the government and corporates to address the climate crisis. Climate change activist Alex Koopman explains how the youth want to be engaged on the issue.
October 23, 2019

Activism through art

A recent collaboration between schools, community and environmental organisations, as well as creative and cultural sector partners, culminated in an art workshop with a difference at Community House in Salt River.
October 23, 2019

Disruption to stop Disaster

Extinction Rebellion Mzansi, a young, peaceful civil disobedience movement, is calling for the radical reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and support for South Africa’s most vulnerable.
September 25, 2019

Sex work or exploitation?

The conversations about prostitution and human trafficking of women and children at the hands of men, are often had without males being in the room. Ronny Rammutla, co-founder of Men Against Prostitution and Traffing of Women (MAPTOW), which advocates for the Equality Model, weighs in on the issue.
September 25, 2019

Carbon tax and the underprivileged

The Carbon Tax Act, signed into law by the president in June 2019, aims to help shift the economy on a sustainable trajectory, curb environmental damage and stem pollution-related illnesses. But how exactly will it impact those on the poverty line?
September 25, 2019

One man and his guitar

It’s hard not to be drawn into the soulful melodies and indigenous sounds of musician Jeremy Olivier’s album Changing World.
August 22, 2019

Uproar over fines against homeless

The City of Cape Town has come under fire by some sectors of society over its controversial move to fine homeless people living on the streets of Cape Town.
August 22, 2019

St John’s legacy of compassion

St John, a registered non-profit organisation, has been providing affordable community health training and care to South African communities for 136 years.
August 22, 2019

Taylor-ed for fun

He’s one of South Africa’s best loved sons of comedy. Having endeared himself to television audiences during SABC’s popular Going Nowhere Slowly show, veteran stand-up Stuart Taylor has delivered on his mission to provide laughter, fun and joy. We dissect how he keeps “spreading those good vibes”.