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Research outputs: CAPE TOWN
In 1937 a group of young Capetonians, socialist intellectuals from the Workers' Party of South Africa and the Non-European Unity Movement, e...
On a crisp June morning over two months after COVID-19 lockdown was announced, Cape Town was eerily quiet. Stripped of its bustling crowds o...Download this report
2020 Community leaders as intermediaries: how everyday practices create and sustain leadership in five informal settlements in Cape Town
Community leaders are expected to navigate different social and institutional contexts, but they must do so without the direction, authority...
2020 Community action in the time of COVID-19: moving at the speed of trust; sitting with complexity
A significant proportion of South Africans believe that the COVID-19 pandemic will make people more supportive of one another. This finding ...Download this report