Some aspects of identity are in flux shaped by memory and experience, whilst others remain constant within a community or person. Discover how young people have grappled with gang identity, national identity and growing up.
Our reporters find themselves in the middle of a Xhosa funeral in Gugulethu. Here they capture the sights and sounds of the traditional Catholic ceremony over-layed with African songs, and the lively wake with plenty of food and friends.
Blacks and Coloured people have been living together in Delft for 13 years, but are not united. Our reporters investigate the tensions and divides that exist between these groups, and suggest we take a cue from the children of Delft.
This film follows the life of a woman who was orphaned by HIV/AIDS and now looks after her brother. In ths film we hear how she won Miss Khayelitsha Beauty Contest. After making this film, the story was picked up by Glamour magazine SA. This film is part of a series produced during a training […]
In this video poem, Abu Walid expresses his feelings about his “safe space” and “home” tent within a desperate refugee camp. The film is revealing of the trauma and depression felt by many residents of the camp, and the human desire to build a home wherever we find ourself.