Part 2 – Inclusive urban design and policy that dignifies the Os’gadla

(This blog forms part of a series, see Part 1: Os’gadla;…
Feature image Early Morning MarketDennis Gilbert 2019 by permission Asiye eTafuleni

“Worrying about COVID-19 is a luxury.”

Although the current pandemic has impacted almost every corner of the world and highlighted our collective vulnerabilities, it has not levelled any playing fields, but rather has drastically heightened inequalities.

Part 1 - Os’gadla: an unrecognised, yet extremely robust workforce in transit

Sarah Heneck & Toni Ottanelli-Gale Have you ever wondered…

67 wash stations for Mandela Day

As part of Asiye eTafuleni's (AeTs) response to the COVID-19…

Reoccupation of Public Spaces

Sarah Heneck & Joanne Lees The Department of Cooperative…

Impacts of Coronavirus: Evolving challenges faced by informal workers

Sarah Heneck This is a follow on piece, tracking the impacts…

Geza izandla: handwashing interventions in Warwick Junction

Rebecca Plumbley As the national lockdown is gradually relaxed,…

Impacts of Coronavirus: An uncertain future for informal workers

Sarah Heneck The coronavirus (COVID-19) has made its way…