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Cape’s race tensions fuel ‘Wexit’

Several political movements in the Western Cape are calling for greater autonomy for the province

Gatvol Capetonian sets its sight on 2019 elections

The Cape Town-based group was propelled to national attention after it began agitating for the Western Cape to secede

Gatvol Capetonian trades on untruths

The group’s stance is in line with the rise of global populism, which is rooted in falsehood

Jabu Nadia Newman’s exhibition asks what’s in a name?

An exhibition explores how and why the photographer’s family name shifted from Mokwena to MacQuena in the 1960s

DA accuses ANC of instigating Western Cape land protests

Communities in Parkwood, Vrygrond, Ocean View and Mitchell’s Plein have occupied vacant land in protest against the lack of housing in the province

The limits of coloured nationalism

Gatvol Capetonian is a coloured ultra-nationalist organisation but here’s the kicker: their racist culprit is the post-apartheid government

Coloured civic ‘bloc’ set to contest poll

But there is already polarisation, as some activists disagree with the racist rhetoric doing the rounds

‘Gatvol’ Capetonians stir up tensions

It’s not just about land. Now the Cape Town protests are also pitting coloured people against their black neighbours

Tourism angers Bo-Kapenaars

Three months ago, Shakirah Dramat began a small protest in Wale Street, on the periphery of the Bo-Kaap, during peak-hour traffic

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