Category Archives: Other Communities in Cape Town
19 April 2012 – People against police brutality What? Interfaith Andries Tatane memorial ceremony, testimonial against police brutality, and march to Harare Police Station When? Sunday 22nd April 2012 at 12h30 Where? Way of … Continue reading
July 28 2011 at 12:28pm – Cape Times – Shanti Aboobaker, Leila Samodien and Lauren Isaacs THEY came en masse, bearing placards and chanting as they gathered on the steps of the Western Cape High Court yesterday. This as about … Continue reading
27 July 2011 Press Release by the Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign With or without the permit from the city, today, we will be marching first to the High Court and then to the offices of the City of Cape Town. … Continue reading
Friday 13 May 2011 Our communities are very busy organising our No Vote! events just in time for this year’s elections. We refuse to vote, not because we are lazy or apathetic as the media tends to claim. Instead, we … Continue reading
PROTEST DAY ONE Last week Abahlali baseMjondolo Western Cape made a call to MEC for human settlement M.R Bonginkosi Madikizela to sign an undertaking that he will never, ever again within the Western Cape Province demolish or evict people without … Continue reading
Hlengiwe Mnguni, News24
Rafiq Wagiet | EyeWitnessNews The City of Cape Town says it cannot specify how much longer Blikkiesdorp residents will have to live in the temporary resettlement area.
Mandela Park Backyarders along with the Poor People’s Alliance and some other social movements joined the march organised by residents of Hangberg in Hout Bay on Sunday. Well over 1,000 people marched over 6km to Hout Bay Police Station.
Monday October 4th 2010 – WestCapeNews Lying on his bed in a two-roomed shack shared by his parents and his sister, Delon Egypt is recovering from eye surgery he received last week at Groote Schuur hospital.Egypt is one of four … Continue reading
Sometime around 6 am on Monday the 20th, government forces acting on behalf of capital interests opened fire on the predominantly homeless population of people living in a ghetto on Gorachoqua Mountain; an ancient Khoisan area labelled ‘Hangberg’ by the … Continue reading