Salt River

 
Twin buildings still echo the changes in Salt River
Twin buildings still echo the changes in Salt River
There are two buildings in Cape Town that witnessed generations of workers. They stood tall on two islands of tarmac in the windswept suburb of...
City of Cape Town: We can't afford to develop emergency housing in the inner city
City of Cape Town: We can't afford to develop emergency housing in the inner city
The City of Cape Town cannot afford to develop emergency housing in the central business district, because the cost of development is too expensive. In the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday, the municipality argued that residents facing homelessness will have to travel some 30km for...
Cape Town denies its people a place they call their home
Cape Town denies its people a place they call their home
The Western Cape High Court judge who granted an eviction order couldn’t fathom why Salt River residents want to be close to the city. If...
Shack dreams, shackled lives: Displaced poor pine for home
Shack dreams, shackled lives: Displaced poor pine for home
There have been protests, court battles and street battles.
The Who's Brew of SA beer
The Who's Brew of SA beer
Purveyors and swiggers of beer–much like their wine counterparts–are a loquacious bunch, prone to adjectival abuse and soaring...

Client Media Releases

#Budget2019: Helping SMEs with their travel budgets
Warehousing the future: all tech and no people?
Fiscal sustainability depends on boost in growth rate
#SS19HACK: Protecting connected citizens in the 4IR
SACDA appoints UKZN SAEF dean as vice-chair