Cape Town Is Surveilling Residents to Shame Them Into Using Less Water
Officials are posting data from individual houses to try and convince people to conserve water—at the cost of their privacy.
Cape Town Residents Tell Us What It's Like Living in the Shadow of 'Day Zero'
Facing a water shortage, residents can no longer wash their cars with municipal water. And bars are cutting frozen margaritas from the menu.
Cape Town cops are punishing people for using too much water
Cape Town has deployed police to fine anyone using more than their share of water.
A Century in the Making: Temba Bavuma
As the first black African batsman specialist for the National team, Temba Bavuma is changing the face of cricket in South Africa.
Cape Town could become the world’s first major city to run out of water
Millions of people in Cape Town, South Africa, are about to run out of water.
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If you’re feeling the pre-Christmas lull, this is an ideal antidote.
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Can Cooking Meat Really Help South Africa Reconcile Its Legacy of Apartheid?
Braai day is supposed to bring South Africans together through cooking meat, but the feel-good ideology that the holiday espouses has drawn increasing critique.
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The two rappers flee Cape Town in the visuals for the Ottawa First Nations electronic group's latest single.
South Africa's ruling ANC got the worst clobbering since the end of apartheid
The party of Nelson Mandela, which has ruled for 22 years, got punished by voters as corruption allegations swirl.
The South African Sex Workers Fighting Abusive Police
In South Africa, assaults are rarely reported to the authorities because sex workers know if they ask for help they will be ignored or even punished, especially if the perpetrators are police officers.