All the Cape Chameleon's articles about Human Rights.
Foreigners in South Africa face violence and discrimination daily. Some believe they make it harder for everyone else, but is that the case?
Every year thousands of children are abandoned in South Africa. Organisations that work with the children tell us what they do to help.
Domestic violence is a huge problem throughout South Africa and one that thousands of women face every day. A survivor tells her story.
Woman Zone is a non-profit group designed to bring women from different backgrounds and cultures together.
A day devoted to giving back and service in honor of the late Nelson Mandela who devoted his life to making positive change.
A day devoted to the legacy of Nelson Mandela that encourages people to honour his memory through acts of community service.
In a community plagued by violence, the volunteers and the caregivers at Gift of Hope help guide the children towards a brighter future.
Exploring the housing scheme Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela from the Department of Human Settlements has implemented in Mitchells Plain
Exploring the discrimination and violence South Africa's LGTB community still faces and what some organisations are doing to combat it.
Examining the protests and exploring the solutions to ending domestic violence in South Africa.
In Cape Town, homeless people are numerous and their presence is prominent but how many have taken the effort to really learn their stories?
Young in Prison is a NPO that helps rehabilitate young people who have been to prison so that they can go back to school, get a job and start afresh.
The residents of Lavender Hill have developed various community projects to improve their neighbourhood and combat the 42% rate of unemployment.
To celebrate Human Rights Day this week, Projects Abroad volunteers went into the centre of Cape Town to ask South Africans about the issue of Human Rights.
Imagine you could ‘Design Out Crime’. That sounds pretty cool. Well, a project called VPUU does just that.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was created in 1994, focusing on Nelson Mandela's leadership hallmark: reconciliation.