Multimedia documentary: Arrival city johannesburg
For the first time in history, more people live in cities than in the countryside. Thousands of people migrate to metropolises longing for a better future, seeking a space where they can build their lives.
As a group of journalists, we have been looking for people for whom Johannesburg became their new home. Here is the story of some of them.
Read the full story here: "Arrival City Johannesburg"
Berlin: Who owns the city?
Berlin is growing and rapidly changing. Due to its increasing popularity, the city has become a favorite of investors and real estate companies – to the disfavor of many residents who suffer from rising rents, housing shortage and displacement. How do these developments influence working and living in Berlin? What could be possible solutions for real estate and housing problems? We took a closer look at the situation on the ground.
cape town – post-apartheid city?
Cities worldwide compete for the attraction of investors, tourists and media attention. In these terms, Cape Town has been probably the most successful city on the African continent. The Cape is a destination of longing for affluent cosmopolitans, sun worshiping tourists and digital nomads from all over the world. Economically, this is a stroke of luck. But at the same time, there are only few places where the selectivity of globalization is as strong as here whilst the effects of apartheid are still visible.