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26 June 2016 10:10 (South Africa)
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Photo of President Jacob Zuma by Reuters

Zuma's spy tapes appeal dismissed

By News24
Photo: (from left, clockwise) ANC secretary Hope Papo, ANC mayoral candidate for Tshwane Thoko Didiza, and ANC Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile at the introduction of the Gauteng ANC mayoral candidates for the 2016 elections on Thursday 23 June 2016. (Greg Nicolson); President Jacob Zuma accompanied by Tshwane Mayor Mr Kgosientso Ramokgopa and other dignitaries attends  Freedom Day Celebrations held at the Union Building in Pretoria 27 April 2011 (Sapa); Atteridgeville fires on Monday, 20 June 2016 (Aki Anastasiou for EWN)

Tshwane unrest: The hidden ANC power play

By Ranjeni Munusamy
Photo: The sun rises over The Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, 24 June 2016. Britons await the results on whether they remain in, or leave the European Union (EU) after a referendum on 23 June. EPA/HANNAH MCKAY

The Brexit day: When a reality show becomes a reality

By J Brooks Spector
Photo: British Prime Minister David Cameron announces his resignation after losing the vote in the EU Referendum outside N10 Downing Street in London, Britain, 24 June 2016. Britons in a referendum on 23 June have voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union (EU). Media reports on early 24 June indicate that 51.9 per cent voted in favour of leaving the EU while 48.1 per cent voted for remaining in. EPA/FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA

British PM David Cameron says he will resign

Photo: South African President Jacob Zuma (R) reacts to a point by British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) during a joint press conference at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, 18 July 2011. EPA/JON HRUSA

ISS Today: What Brexit means for Africa

Photo: ANC mayoral candidate for Tshwane Thoko Didiza and ANC Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile at the introduction of the Gauteng ANC mayoral candidates for the 2016 elections. (Greg Nicolson)

Thoko Didiza: ‘I feel a part of Tshwane’

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: South African President Jacob Zuma attends the China - South Africa Economy Forum at a hotel in Beijing, China, 05 December 2014.  EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL

Op-Ed: When the state disobeys the law, people will soon follow

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: Nehawu members walking out of staff meeting called by Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana. (Marianne Merten)

Parliament: Claims, denials and disciplinary measures as Mgidlana and Nehawu members butt heads

By Marianne Merten
Photo: United States Supreme Court inside the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC, US, 8 October 2010. (front row, L-R) Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia (deceased), Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; (back row; L-R) Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice Samuel Alito Jr. and Associate Justice Elena Kagan. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

GroundUp: Apartheid victims lose 14-year legal battle against Ford and IBM

By GroundUp
Tendai Maregere is a Doctoral Researcher at Coventry University, in England, and a Visiting Scholar at Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town, www.ijr.org.za

Op-Ed: The Habré case and access to justice

By Tendai Maregere
Photo: Venezuela’s President, Nicolas Maduro, speaks during a government event with state oil sector workers in Caracas, Venezuela, 22 June 2016. Workers of Venezuela state oil sector mobilized themselves in a march heading to Miraflores presidential palace to support the head of state, Nicolas Maduro, and in ‘defence of the homeland’. President Maduro and Thomas Shannon, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs of United States, met in Caracas to try to open a dialogue between the two countries which maintain diplomatic relations in minimum low. EPA/MIGUEL GUTIERREZ

ICG: Venezuela on the edge of the precipice

By International Crisis Group
Bodza, a young pumi dog, plays in a park in Debrecen, 226 kilometers east of Budapest, Hungary, 23 June 2016. The American Kennel Club announced on 22 June 2016, that it is recognizing the high-energy Hungarian herding dog pumi (POOM'-ee). It's the 190th breed to join the roster of Americas oldest purebred dog registry. EPA/ZSOLT CZEGLEDI HUNGARY OUT

While you were sleeping: 24 June 2016

By John Stupart
Photo: Mathews Phosa being interviewed by Melanie Verwoerd. (EWN)

Mathews Phosa: ‘What is happening in Parliament is now happening on the streets’

By Melanie Verwoerd
Photo: Minister of Communications Faith Muthambi. (GCIS)

Digital terrestrial TV: Faith Muthambi strikes back

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Public Protector Thuli Madonsela (Greg Nicolson / Daily Maverick)

X-Factor South Africa: Who can fill Thuli Madonsela’s shoes?

By Marianne Merten
Photo of Raymond Suttner by Ivor Markman.

Op-Ed: Are the democratic gains of 1994 irreversible?

By Raymond Suttner
Photo: The remains of a burnt out truck in the streets of Atteridgeville after residents angry with the naming of Thoko Didiza as the ANC's Tshwane mayoral candidate protested overnight, Pretoria, South Africa, 21 June 2016. EPA/IHSAAN HAFFEJEE

Tshwane sees respite as questions of accountability set in

By Greg Nicolson
Main Photo: The remains of a burnt out truck in the streets of Atteridgeville after residents angry with the naming of Thoko Didiza as the ANC's Tshwane mayoral candidate protested overnight, Pretoria, South Africa, 21 June 2016. EPA/IHSAAN HAFFEJEE

Bheki’s Ordinary People: Tshwane mayhem

Photo: Masixole Feni.

GroundUp Op-Ed: Expropriation Bill could be a turning point in land reform

By GroundUp
Photo: A handout photo provided by the US Department of State shows US Secretary of State John Kerry (L) shaking hands with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Oslo, Norway, on June 15, 2016. The two met before Kerry's participation in the Oslo Forum. EPA/US

ICG: Seizing the Moment – from Early Warning to Early Action

By International Crisis Group
Photo by REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Life, Interrupted: Hundreds of inmates consider legal action over parole delays

By Marché Arends
Photo: Locals walk past a shell of a burnt out truck used to barricade roads by protesters in Atteridgeville a township located to the west of Pretoria, South Africa June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Tshwane crisis: When factionalism runs riot

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: A resident tries to extinguish a fire in Atteridgeville after residents angry with the naming of Thoko Didiza as the ANC’s Tshwane mayoral candidate protested overnight, in Pretoria, South Africa, 21 June 2016. The ANC listed new majorial candidate, Thoko Didiza, as mayor over present mayor, Kgosientso ‘Sputla’ Ramokgopa. South Africa will hold local municipal elections on 6 August 2016. EPA/IHSAAN HAFFEJEE

Security Cluster washes ANC’s hands of responsibility for Tshwane unrest, vows hard line on ‘incitement to violence’

By Marianne Merten
Photo: Mombasa by Thom Chandler via Flickr.

From Afghanistan to Africa: Heroin trafficking in East Africa and the Indian Ocean

By Carina Bruwer
Photo by EPA.

Op-Ed: Technology can revolutionise university access

By Kyle Rother
Photo: Eskom power lines run through an open field as the sun rises on a cold winters day in Johannesburg, South Africa, 08 June 2015. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

Township life: Winter chill and the exploitation of Eskom

Photo: Delegates vote to adopt the draft charter at Equal Education’s summit yesterday. Photo via Neroli Price on Twitter

GroundUp: Activists draft charter for better education

By GroundUp
Photo: Hector Pieterson being carried by Mbuyisa Makhubo. His sister, Antoinette Sithole, runs beside them. Photo by Sam Nzima.

Soweto, 16 June 1976: ‘Freedom Is Coming, Tomorrow’

By J Brooks Spector
Photo: Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui speaks during the 34th session of the Arab Maghreb Union (UMA) Foreign Affairs Council in Tunis, Tunisia, 05 May 2016. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

ICG: Jihadist Violence in Tunisia – the urgent need for a national strategy

By International Crisis Group

Cricket: Radical changes in TV rights sales and one-day matches loom for ICC

By Antoinette Muller
Photo: An opposition supporter reacts as a mock coffin for the MP Moses Kuria burns on the street in Nairobi, Kenya, as they protest against an MP Moses Kuria of the ruling Jubilee coalition who allegedly called for the assassination of opposition leader Raila Odinga, 14 June 2016. EPA/DAI KUROKAWA

Kenya: ‘All aboard the peace caravan!’ as hate speech MPs have change of heart

By Njeri Kimani
Photo: Aerial views of a burning Atteridgeville from the EWN chopper on Tuesday morning. Picture: Aki Anastasiou/EWN

We didn’t start the fire: Tshwane ‘unrest’ exposes ANC’s disconnect

By Ranjeni Munusamy
Main photo: Julius Malema in the home of the late Fighter Tsietsi Mthibe, paying his respects. (Richard Poplak)

TRAINSPOTTER: Julius Malema, the ANC, and the new war smouldering in Tembisa

By Richard Poplak
Photo: The beautiful Tshwane, by John Karwoski via Flickr.

Clean sweep: Tshwane according to the SABC

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: From left to right: Former Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) investigators Matthews Sesoko and Innocent Khuba and head Robert McBride in court on Wednesday 16 March 2016. Picture: Barry Bateman/EWN.

House of Cards: McBride’s IPID colleague Matthews Sesoko claims hidden hand in suspensions

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos and his daughter Isabel dos Santos (R) during the inauguration of the new Marginal of the Luanda Bay in Luanda, Angola, 28 August 2012. EPA/PAULO NOVAIS

Op-Ed: Chevron’s misplaced endorsement of nepotism in Angola

Photo: Thomas Mollett

Podcast: First Person, Ep 01 – Thomas Mollett

By Marianne Thamm

Theatre review: Suddenly the Storm

By Lesley Stones
Photo: Minister of Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande. (GCIS)

Right of Reply: Minister Nzimande needs to acquaint himself with reality

By Belinda Bozzoli
Photo:South Sudanese President Salva Kiir (L) President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni (C) walk together during the celebration of one year anniversary of South Sudan independence, in Juba, South Sudan, 09 July 2012. EPA/PHILLIP DHIL.

ICG: From Conflict to Co-operation? Sudan, South Sudan and Uganda

By International Crisis Group
Photo of Andrew Feinstein by Control Arms at Occupy Wall Street, via Flickr

Video: Between the Lines – Andrew Feinstein

By John Matisonn

Op-Ed: Time to release KPMG SARS ‘rogue unit’ report

By Marianne Thamm
Photo: Joel Netshitenzhe (Photo by Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection)

Comrades in Qualms: Which pill will the ANC take?

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: Members of the Luanda Book Club Pedro ‘Pedrowski’ Teca, Rosa Conde and Laurinda Gouveia.

Angola: A year later, the Luanda Book Club languishes in jail

By Simon Allison
Photo: Kgosientso ‘Sputla’ Ramokgopa (City of Tshwane photo), Thoko Didiza (African Peacebuilding Network)

TRAINSPOTTER: The murder of an Ordinary Member, the anointing of Thoko Didiza, and the battle for the soul of Tshwane

By Richard Poplak
South Africa's Siya Kolisi (L) is tackled by Ireland's Conor Murray during the test match at Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa, 18 June 2016. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

While you were sleeping: 20 June 2016

By John Stupart
Photo: Leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) party, Mmusi Maimane (C) at the launch of the party’s election manifesto in Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 April 2016. EPA/KEVIN SUTHERLAND

Right of reply: Life in Maimanestan, by Richard Poplak

By Daily Maverick
Photo: A man lights a candle for the victims of a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, US, outside the US embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, 13 June 2016. EPA/DIEGO AZUBEL

Op-ed: Time to rethink the role of women in terrorism

By Jasmine Opperman & Daniel Lebowitz
Photo: Danny Jordaan was confirmed as ANC’s mayoral candidate for Nelson Mandela Bay. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK.

ANC introduces its mayoral hopefuls, while Tshwane still waits

By Greg Nicolson
In case you missed it

Video: Evita's Free Speech, Ep.43 – Evita tries to find the street on which you live

By Pieter-Dirk Uys
Photo: Students protest at UCT campus following action taken against key figures in the Rhodes Must Fall movement, by the administration. (Photo: Andrea Teagle.)

Forty Years On: Reflections on June 16

Nobel peace laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu (C) gets a selfie with a fan as he departs the Youth Health Festival on Youth Day in Cape Town, South Africa 16 June 2016. The 40th anniversary of Youth Day commemorates the 1976 Soweto student uprisings during the apartheid era. Youths attending the festival learned about their rights and freedoms and the choices and consequences related to sexual practices and health. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

While you were sleeping: 17 June 2016

By John Stupart
Photo: Former ANC Secretary-General Cheryl Carolus was interviewed by Melanie Verwoerd. (EWN)

Cheryl Carolus: Restore the Dignity of Parliament

By Melanie Verwoerd
Photo: The DA’s Mmusi Maimane (Greg Nicolson), the ANC’s Jacob Zuma (EPA) and the EFF’s Julius Malema (Greg Nicolson)

Youth employment: What the parties’ manifestos offer

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: A photograph dated 27 June 2012 shows Reeva Steenkamp, named in the FHM 100 sexiest women 2012 pictured in Johannesburg, South Africa. EPA/Timothy Bernard / Independent Newspapers South Africa

Op-Ed: Bearing final witness to Reeva’s shattered body – should we?

By Marianne Thamm
Photo:  DFID - UK Department for International Development via Flickr

Virginity testing: Gender equality commission bans ‘maiden bursaries’

By Marianne Merten
Photo: South-African Parliament building with Louis Botha statue, Cape Town. Photo by Kotivalo via Wikimedia Commons.

Four decades on, is the legacy of the 1976 uprising a mere political tool?

By Marianne Merten
Photo: A member of the South African Police Service fires rubber bullets on striking community members in Zandspruit, an informal settlement west of Johannesburg, South Africa, 17 March 2016. EPA/KEVIN SUTHERLAND

Op-Ed: From Soweto to Marikana – police action and inaction then and now

By Andrew Faull
Photo: Hector Pieterson being carried by Mbuyisa Makhubo. His sister, Antoinette Sithole, runs beside them. Photo by Sam Nzima.

Editorial: Four decades. Forty years. 14,610 days.

By Daily Maverick
Main photo: Ncedisa Nuse and her mother at their home in Nyanga. Nuse was attacked for being lesbian. Photo: Naib Mian

GroundUp: Hopes and fears about hate crime legislation

By GroundUp
Photo: Children playing at home on the Cape Flats. Photo: Masixole Feni

GroundUp: Disabled and out of school

By GroundUp
Photo: Nkaneng, Marikana, South Africa, burning and rock barricades were set up and police shot at, tear-gassed and also arrested some 14 residents. Many of the injured were women.(Greg Marinovich)

Op-Ed: 40 years after the Soweto uprisings, is SA reverting to a repressive state?

By Jane Duncan
Photo: The Nkandla project’s architect, Minenhle Makhanya (Sapa)

Nkandla architect: Last man standing

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: A Liberian man walks past an Ebola sensitisation mural in Monrovia, Liberia 06 October 2014. EPA/AHMED JALLANZO

Op-Ed: What is to be done after 11,312 unnecessary Ebola-related deaths?

By Wilmot James
Photo: Leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) party, Mmusi Maimane (C) at the launch of the party’s election manifesto in Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 April 2016. EPA/KEVIN SUTHERLAND

TRAINSPOTTER: Life in Maimanestan – a detailed look at the DA’s election manifesto

By Richard Poplak
Photo: ANC Western Cape Provincial Chairman Marius Fransman, then International Relations and Co-operation Deputy Minister announces the breakthrough in the case of Prof Cyril Karabus during a media briefing held in Cape Town. 19 March 2013. (Photo: GCIS)

Sexual assault charges: Fransman ready to face the music?

By Marianne Thamm
Photo of Raymond Suttner by Ivor Markman.

Op-Ed: Political violence threatens an already battered democracy

By Raymond Suttner
Photo: Buffalo, Kruger National Park, by Martijn Barendse via Flickr.

Op-Ed: The problem of being Wild and a Wanderer

By Don Pinnock
Photo: Minister of State Security David Mahlobo during Pre-Budget Vote Media Briefing, 5 May 2015. (SIYABULELA DUDA/GCIS)

Clampdown on NGOs mooted amid ‘regime change’ talk

By Marianne Merten
Photo: Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) voting officials prepare a voting station for some of the millions of South Africans to vote in the early morning light at a church in the poor slum of Alexandra Township for the local elections, Johannesburg, South Africa, 18 May 2011. EPA/KIM LUDBROOK

‘An Extraordinary Solution’: Constitutional Court rips up Tlokwe’s Gordian election knot

By Stephen Grootes

Emojis: The Next Gender Revolution

Photo: President Jacob Zuma’s residence in Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, 4 November 2012. Picture: Giordano Stolley/SAPA

Nkandla’s teflon extraordinaire: NPA declined to prosecute three directors-general as far back as July 2015

By Marianne Merten
Photo: A file picture dated 17 April 2010 shows smoke rising as an eruption of the volcano near Eyjafjallajoekull glacier occured, some 120km away from Reykjavik, Iceland. According to the Icelandic Meteorological Office, Iceland finds itself on high alert over its Bardarbunga volcano. EPA/S. OLAFS

Nature’s CarbFix? Scientists claim to have found a way to store carbon emissions underground

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: Police and rescue officers monitor the scene of a shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, USA, 12 June 2016. At least 50 people were killed and many others injured in a shooting attack at an LGBT club in the early hours of 12 June, according to media reports. The shooter was killed in the police operation that followed. EPA/CRISTOBAL HERRERA

Orlando’s Most Terrifying Ride

By J Brooks Spector
Photo: Supporters clash in the stands during the UEFA EURO 2016 group B preliminary round match between England and Russia at Stade Velodrome in Marseille, France, 11 June 2016.

Euro 2016: A day of madness in Marseille leaves black mark on European soccer

By Antoinette Muller
Photo: A file photo dated 21 September 2011 of Isaias Afwerki, President of Eritrea, during a meeting with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (unseen) at the United Nations headquarters in New York, New York, USA. EPA/TIM CLARY/POOL

Analysis: Ethiopia and Eritrea deploy weapons of mass distraction

By Simon Allison
Photo: Residents of San Francisco and the Bay Area gather to mourn, honor, and remember the victims of a mass shooting at a LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Florida, at Harvey Milk Plaza in the Castro District neighborhood in San Francisco, California, USA, 12 June 2016. At least 50 people were killed and 53 were injured in a shooting attack at an LGBT club in Orlando, Florida, in the early hours of 12 June. The shooter, Omar Mateen, 29, a US citizen of Afghan descent, was killed in an exchange of fire with the police after taking hostages at the club. EPA/JOHN G. MABANGLO.

Op-Ed: The Islamic State's template for a lone wolf attack

By Jasmine Opperman
Photo: Two of Marius Fransman's WhatsApp messages to Louisa Wynand.

Marius Fransman sexual abuse case reopened as new evidence emerges

By Marianne Thamm

Video: Evita's Free Speech, Ep.42 – Evita remembers June 16th and gives youth a future

By Pieter-Dirk Uys
EFF leader Julius Malema arrives at Daily Maverick's The Gathering 2016 event. (Greg Nicolson)

While you were sleeping: 13 June 2016

By John Stupart
Photo: Jay Naidoo, Marianne Thamm, Zwelinzima Vavi, Sisonke Msimang and Mark Heywood behind the scene, just before taking part in a panel at The Gathering 2016. (Greg Nicolson)

The Gathering 2016: One exceptional moment in time

By Ranjeni Munusamy
Main photo: The audience at The Gathering 2016 listen as Julius Malema is interviewed on stage. (Greg Nicolson)

In photos: The Gathering 2016

By Greg Nicolson
Photo: Parks Tau and Herman Mashaba at the Johannesburg debate, The Gathering 2016, 10 June 2016. (Greg Nicolson)

Op-Ed: Could Tau park himself in Jozi for another term?

By Stephen Grootes

Health-E News: Help for rape victims who are suffering in silence

Photo: Lwazi Mvovo of South Africa is tackled by Luke Marshall of Ireland during the 2016 Incoming Test Series game between South Africa and Ireland at Newlands Stadium, Cape Town on 11 June 2016 ©Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix

Rugby: No honeymoon for Coetzee as Boks notch up another ‘first’

By Antoinette Muller
Australia 288 for 6 (Warner 109, Khawaja 59, Smith 52*) beat South Africa 252 (Du Plessis 63, Amla 60, Starc 3-43, Zampa 3-52, Hazlewood 3-52) by 36 runs.

Cricket: Burden on South Africa’s top order exposed against Australia

By Antoinette Muller
Photo: A boy runs past burning vehicles and containers after a storage depot maintained by Zimbabwean migrants was set alight linked to a protest of thousands of residents against the police in Masiphumelele, Cape Town, South Africa 23 October 2015. EPA/NIC BOTHMA

ISS Today: Stopping South Africa’s cycles of violence

Photo by Greg Nicolson / Daily Maverick.

WATCH: South Africa - the Temperature of the Nation at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick Editorial Team

WATCH: Pravin Gordhan at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick Editorial Team
Photo: Parks Tau, Herman Mashaba, Stephen Grootes (seen from the back) and Floyd Shivambu at The Gathering 2016. (Greg Nicolson / Daily Maverick)

WATCH: Johannesburg Debate at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick Editorial Team

WATCH: Julius Malema at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick

WATCH: Mmusi Maimane at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick Editorial Team

WATCH: Zweli Mkhize at The Gathering 2016

By Daily Maverick Editorial Team
Photo: SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng (Photo by Steven Lang)

Motsoa-do about nothing: The SABC communications Quotathon

By Marelise van der Merwe
Photo: Julius Malema at the EFF congress in Bloemfontein, 15 December 2014. Greg Nicolson.

TRAINSPOTTER: Life in Malemaland – a detailed look at the EFF’s local election manifesto

By Richard Poplak
Photo: A photograph made available on 26 February 2014 shows displaced people waiting for food in the internally displaced person (IDP) Tomping camp for Nuer ethnic group in Juba, South Sudan, 24 February 2014. EPA/JM LOPEZ.

Op-Ed: South Sudan needs truth and trials

By Remember Miamingi
Photo: A file photo dated 06 August 2015 showing South African President Jacob Zuma answering questions from opposition parties in parliament, Cape Town, South Africa.  EPA/NIC BOTHMA

An Inconvenient Truth: A groundbreaking study explains Government's losing streak

By Stephen Grootes
Photo: President Jacob Zuma dances with Cosatu  general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi at its  central committee meeting in Midrand on Monday, 27 June 2011. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA

Letter to the Editor: Stephen Grootes mistakes Vavi for Cosatu

By Daily Maverick Staff Reporter
Photo: Fishermen throw Cape Snoek onto the quay at Kalk Bay harbour in Cape Town, South Africa, Wednesday, 24 August 2005.

ISS Today: Blue economies – turning sunken costs into sunken treasure