The city responds to questions from the M&G about street trader evictions.
High-handed evictions in Jo'burg's inner city have condemned the street traders and their families to penury.
After a Constitutional Court ruling that the eviction of the Pretoria flats was illegal, the residents are finally being given other accommodation.
The housing allocation dispute in Cato Crest has claimed another victim - a 17-year-old girl was shot and killed during a protest.
The city has not obeyed court orders to provide alternative shelter or come up with a plan for more than 100 people evicted from a hijacked building.
Victims of an alleged building hijacking are staying close to protect what little they have.
Municipal officials now face the very real threat of being fined or imprisoned over evictions following a judgment by acting judge Nigel Hollis.
Residents of a settlement in Marlboro set out to have their community formally recognised. Instead, their homes were razed to the ground by the JMPD.
The Constitutional Court is to hand down its ruling on extending the eviction deadline of occupiers of a building on Saratoga Avenue on Thursday.
Evicted residents say they are being treated as vagrants while the city struggles for answers, writes Kwanele Sosibo.
Pennyville residents staged a demonstration outside Absa buildings in the Jo'burg CBD to hand over a memorandum in protest against their eviction.
Ekurhuleni has defended its attempt to remove residents from the Bapsfontein informal settlement without a court order, claiming it was an evacuation.
The threat of mass evictions has been lifted from residents of Cape Town's Joe Slovo informal settlement.
A Gauteng community's appeal to the Constitutional Court has turned the spotlight on the need for municipalities to consult when evicting squatters.
Zimbabwe on Thursday denied claims that the government was planning mass evictions from a settlement outside the capital, Harare.
Evicted shack dwellers from Gauteng and Ekurhuleni -- accused of illegally occupying council land -- are now seeking legal recourse.
Angola is evicting whole communities to meet the president's promise to build a million new homes by 2012, writes Niren Tolsi
The two Cope MPs threatened with eviction from their parliamentary houses on Wednesday agreed to move to other official dwellings.
An application for the eviction of two Cope members of Parliament was put on hold on Tuesday while their legal teams sought to negotiate a settlement.
People illegally occupying an inner-city building were evicted in an unconstitutional Red Ants operation, leaving them homeless on the streets of Jo'burg.