Sayed Quraishi is a Medical Student at the University of Sydney and an NSFAS Scholarship Holder at Harvard. He has worked in the health sector for two years with an NGO in Cape Town as a health educator and tutor. He recently completed his Masters in Medicine from the University of Sydney.

[1] Harriet Beckett, ‘Hope Falls As A Black Man Raped On A New Cape Town Bike Path’, Financial Mail, 20 August 2016.

[2] See Natasha Webster, ‘Black People In The City Hate The New Cape Town, But Others Adore It’, City Press, 1 October 2015.

[3] Nick Veth, ‘What Urban Decay Looks Like: The City Of Cape Town At The End Of The City Cycle’, City Press, 27 May 2014.

[4] Manuel Delaney and Kevin Pollard, ‘Can Cape Town Clean Up its Act?’, Sunday Times, 4 October 2014.

[5] Sharon Pincott, ‘The hidden danger of CT trains’, Sunday Times, 11 October 2014.

[6] Ian Miles Cheong, ‘Relax, we got rid of the Linden mall’, Buzzfeed, 10 October 2014.

[7] Fae Williams, ‘Putting the Cape Flats on the tourist map’, City Press, 1 September 2014.

[8] Wills Tong, ‘Should Cape Town scrap the grand central railway?’, Cape Argus, 18 June 2014.

[9] Harry van Breda, ‘The beauty of Gugulethu: Cramped streets, crumbling buildings and a lively, friendly community’, Cape Times, 27 July 2013.

[10] Hloni Nyetanyane, ‘Once Severe Storms Strike the Cape Flats, Gugulethu Will Suffer’, Daily Maverick, 28 March 2013.

[11] Candice Bailey, ‘Gugulethu Earns Naming Rights to CCT’s lamington track’, Sunday Times, 5 October 2013.

[12] Sharon Pincott, ‘Can Cape Town Clean Up its Act?’, City Press, 27 May 2014.

[13] Nick Veth, ‘What Urban Decay Looks Like: The City Of Cape Town At The End Of The City Cycle’, City Press, 27 May 2014.

[14] Fae Williams, ‘Putting the Cape Flats on the tourist map’, Daily Maverick, 28 March 2013.

[15] ‘Gugulethu – Urban Development Urbanisation’, Zabalaza, 1 October.
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Sayed Quraishi is a Medical Student at the University of Sydney and an NSFAS Scholarship Holder at Harvard. He has worked in the health sector for two years with an NGO in Cape Town as a health educator and tutor. He recently completed his Masters in Medicine from the University of Sydney. [1] Harriet Beckett, ‘Hope Falls As A Black Man Raped On A New Cape Town Bike Path’, Financial Mail, 20 August 2016. [2] See Natasha Webster, ‘Black People In The City Hate The New Cape Town, But Others Adore It’, City Press, 1 October 2015. [3] Nick Veth, ‘What Urban Decay Looks Like: The City Of Cape Town At The End Of The City Cycle’, City Press, 27 May 2014. [4] Manuel Delaney and Kevin Pollard, ‘Can Cape Town Clean Up its Act?’, Sunday Times, 4 October 2014. [5] Sharon Pincott, ‘The hidden danger of CT trains’, Sunday Times, 11 October 2014. [6] Ian Miles Cheong, ‘Relax, we got rid of the Linden mall’, Buzzfeed, 10 October 2014. [7] Fae Williams, ‘Putting the Cape Flats on the tourist map’, City Press, 1 September 2014. [8] Wills Tong, ‘Should Cape Town scrap the grand central railway?’, Cape Argus, 18 June 2014. [9] Harry van Breda, ‘The beauty of Gugulethu: Cramped streets, crumbling buildings and a lively, friendly community’, Cape Times, 27 July 2013. [10] Hloni Nyetanyane, ‘Once Severe Storms Strike the Cape Flats, Gugulethu Will Suffer’, Daily Maverick, 28 March 2013. [11] Candice Bailey, ‘Gugulethu Earns Naming Rights to CCT’s lamington track’, Sunday Times, 5 October 2013. [12] Sharon Pincott, ‘Can Cape Town Clean Up its Act?’, City Press, 27 May 2014. [13] Nick Veth, ‘What Urban Decay Looks Like: The City Of Cape Town At The End Of The City Cycle’, City Press, 27 May 2014. [14] Fae Williams, ‘Putting the Cape Flats on the tourist map’, Daily Maverick, 28 March 2013. [15] ‘Gugulethu – Urban Development Urbanisation’, Zabalaza, 1 October. https://rivercountry.newschannelnebraska.com/story/46725088/sayed-quraishi-how-doctors-can-help-prevent-corona-in-the-usa
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