gangsterism

 
Standing up for Bonteheuwel: 'We did it in 1976, and we will do it now'
Standing up for Bonteheuwel: 'We did it in 1976, and we will do it now'
In the ice cold dimly lit morning, an angry protester stands in front of a traffic light on Jakes Gerwel Drive outside Bonteheuwel, Cape Town,...
PODCAST: Bowie the poet
PODCAST: Bowie the poet
In this episode we meet Anthero Bowie, a former gang member who is out of prison and trying to reinvent himself as a poet. 
Editorial: Cele, prioritise cash heists
Editorial: Cele, prioritise cash heists
Cash-in-transit heists seem to be a South African speciality. They are now happening at an average of one a day, according to some accounts, and...
Savvy school turns its gang crisis around
Savvy school turns its gang crisis around
Sipho and Lethabo (not their real names) were good friends when they started high school in 2013 at Badirile High School in Khutsong, Carletonville, west of Johannesburg....
Westbury languishing under reign of its druglords
Westbury languishing under reign of its druglords
When warring Westbury gangs made peace in the 1990s, the gangster heavyweights agreed to leave their lives of violence behind. But their peace pact...
Police wish Khayelitsha residents 'good luck' with gangs
Police wish Khayelitsha residents 'good luck' with gangs
A policeman wished Khayelitsha residents good luck when hearing their ideas to fight battles between youth gangs, a man told the Khayelitsha...
'Now he can help us save the Flats'
'Now he can help us save the Flats'
Six months ago, Taswell Kilian was using drugs. "I was taking tik, buttons, dagga … multichoice," he says.
Fears ahead of Rashied Staggie's release
Fears ahead of Rashied Staggie's release
Police vigorously opposed his release .
[Video]Frankie's gym: Addicts, gangsters welcome
[Video]Frankie's gym: Addicts, gangsters welcome
The incredible story of Frank Hendricks who is changing the lives of gangsters and drug addicts in his community with his backyard gym.
W Cape pledges education funds to fight gang violence
W Cape pledges education funds to fight gang violence
The Western Cape government will divert R6-million from education to the City of Cape Town to use it in efforts to curb gang related violence,...
Fourteen Cape Town schools to close after surge in gang violence
Fourteen Cape Town schools to close after surge in gang violence
Fourteen schools in the Manenberg area of Cape Town will close on Thursday and Friday after a surge in gang violence put teachers and pupils lives at risk, the Western Cape education department said....
Cape Town: Working it out at Frankie's
Cape Town: Working it out at Frankie's
Locals call it Gaza, a term used on the Cape Flats for bloodshed - and there are definite similarities.

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