PUBLIC TRANSPORT NEEDS LEVEL HEADS

PUBLIC TRANSPORT NEEDS LEVEL HEADS

PUBLIC TRANSPORT IS ESSENTIAL to ensure people’s mobility so that they can travel for leisure and for work purposes. Apartheid spatial design put poor black people furthest out of town, away from the industrial areas. And this is still the reality today. Hence the...
Amazon in Cape Town’s murky waters

Amazon in Cape Town’s murky waters

AT THE CONFLUENCE OF THE Liesbeek and the Black Rivers in Cape Town, Amazon (the tech and retail coloniser, not the river) is building its South African headquarters. The R4.6 billion mega-development is on a site so significant it is not an exaggeration to call it...
INTLUNGU LAND OCCUPATION CAPE TOWN

INTLUNGU LAND OCCUPATION CAPE TOWN

Interview with Zama Timbela and Mabhelandile Twani, leading activists in Intlungu Yasematyotyombeni. Amandla!: Tell us about the housing situation in Khayelitsha. Mabhelandile Twani: Here in Khayelitsha we have backyarders and people who have been in family houses for...