It’s a Khaltsha thing: Khayelitsha’s growing middle class

In a few years the township will ‘disappear’, and Khayelitsha will become a city, believes one local entrepreneur

2022-01-22 10:00:00 PM

It’s a Khaltsha thing: Khayelitsha’s growing middle class: In a few years the township will ‘disappear’, and Khayelitsha will become a city, believes one local entrepreneur

In a few years the township will ‘disappear’, and Khayelitsha will become a city, believes one local entrepreneur

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, stretching across a vast area along False Bay on the Cape Flats, is Cape Town’s fastest-growing township. Coffee shops, eateries and a young, aspirant middle-class are bringing a welcome change to the township’s crime-ridden streets. Hold the powerful to account for R10 a month* Subscribers get access to all our best journalism, subscriber-only newsletters, events and a weekly cryptic crossword. *R30 for your first three months, then R250/quarter. Log In