The pandemic has wrecked the livelihoods of sex workers everywhere. But in Cape Town – where police brutality is already rife – the struggles are even more acute.
In the latest episode of our podcast, we talk to the two-time Mercury prize nominee about rage, racism, and the power of music.
There’s nothing like a global economic crisis to change minds. And right now, we’re only about three more ‘Imagine’ videos away from a revolution.
Alice Mann created a storm when she photographed her own wealthy suburban community in Cape Town and highlighted the black domestic workers who enable their lives of luxury.
Slum tourism could play a positive role in transforming marginalised communities around the globe - but only if residents have a real say, argues Fabian Frenzel, author of Slumming It.
From ending poverty to unleashing creativity, there’s more to Universal Basic Income than meets the eye. We give you the lowdown.
From escalating police brutality and Islamophobic attacks to skyrocketing student debt and a rampant Wall Street, there could be a whole lot of bad to come for young people, whoever wins the US presidential elections. We asked an expert to help us get to the bottom of the madness.
The White House announces Barack Obama is taking executive action to close tax loopholes. But does it go far enough?
The Panama Papers is the biggest leak of tax haven data in history; but what does that mean and should you care?
It’s not ideology, Islam or radicalism that fuels ISIS; it’s poverty, control of oil wealth by corrupt rulers and a lack of positive opportunities, argues Thomas Piketty.
The FUCK Parade turned East London's Cereal Killer Café into a battleground, but as Michael Fordham discovers, the class war is alive and well across the country.
Author Jackie Higgins reveals the key trends and brightest talents driving street photography forward around the world.