This is the tale of two cities. One is beautiful beyond imagining, known since its beginnings as the fairest cape in all the world. Here tourists come in their millions to lounge on beaches, scale misty peaks and dine in fine restaurants.
The other has a different reputation: that of being one of the most dangerous cities in the world where police need bullet-proof vests and sometimes army backup.
This is a story of the second city. Here gangs of young men rule the night with heavy calibre handguns defending turf for drug lords, dispensing heroin, cocaine, crystal meth, cannabis and fear. It’s about the crimes they do and the crimes done to them, why it is so and how it came to be like this.
It is also the story of the wrongs done to a community whose resilience, courage and sense of humour hides a sadness for the injustice of their history and the future of their children.