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#UnequalCity: A month after the Imizamo Yethu fire, residents are still living in temporary homes

by: Onele Liwani - 20 April 2017

#UnequalCity: A month after the Imizamo Yethu fire, residents are still living in temporary homes

One of the worst fires Cape Town has ever seen ravaged through an informal settlement in Imizamo Yethu leaving three people dead about 15 000 people homeless. Nearly a month after the fire, Project Demo visited residents in Mandela Park to find out how they are picking up the pieces of their lives together. Many of...

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Masiphumelele residents try to put their lives back together after a devastating fire

by: Storm Wright - 3 December 2015

Masiphumelele residents try to put their lives back together after a devastating fire

Two people died and over 4000 residents were left homeless when about 1000 homes were destroyed when a fire ravaged through the area over the weekend, reported EWN yesterday. Live SA visited the resident recently as they tried to put their lives back together.   All images: Storm Wright  

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Top 3 Hip Hop Movements

by: Mpho Lehlongwa - 7 October 2014

Top 3 Hip Hop Movements

With K.O causing heavy traffic on Youtube and AKA touring the continent with his music for the LEVELS tour , summer time is definitely a time to look out for the heat that will drop from the local hip hop scene. I decided to sit down and compile a list of the most relevant movements...

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DA LES STILL KILLING SH*T!!

by: Mpho Lehlongwa - 9 June 2014

DA LES STILL KILLING SH*T!!

This guy needs no introduction. His work speaks volumes and he’s at a point where he is passed trying to make a name for himself in the local hip hop scene. Leslie Mampe, commonly known as Da LES, has to be one of SA’s biggest hip hop artists. He first stepped onto the scene collaborating...

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City moves to prevent future shack fires

by: Zakiyah Ebrahim - 10 January 2013

City moves to prevent future shack fires

Cape Town residents affected by the recent New Year's Day fire in Khayelitsha's BM Section will today be shown different options the city has for them to help prevent future destructive shack fires.

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