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City of Jo'burg in housing quandary
City of Jo'burg in housing quandary
The City of Johannesburg will not be able to meet the Constitutional Court’s requirement to provide alternative accommodation to people evicted...
Mashaba and Mashatile clash as residents fight
Mashaba and Mashatile clash as residents fight
Protests over the housing crisis in Johannesburg, ongoing since the beginning of May, continued this week. Residents of Diepkloof in Soweto clashed...
Young, unemployed and without proper shelter in Freedom Park
Young, unemployed and without proper shelter in Freedom Park
Freedom Park is one of the areas in the south of Johannesburg which have recently seen protests over land, housing and unemployment....
How solving the Eldorado Park housing crisis could keep a family safe
How solving the Eldorado Park housing crisis could keep a family safe
In flat number 15 of the derelict apartheid-era apartment blocks in Eldorado Park, a blind man attacked his father, Martin Abrahams, after getting...
Eldorado Park protests: 'Government doesn't want to build us houses'
Eldorado Park protests: 'Government doesn't want to build us houses'
Parts of Eldorado Park, Soweto, were brought to a near standstill on Monday as people protested for government to give them the houses it...
Red Location Museum held to ransom
Red Location Museum held to ransom
Children have invaded the precincts of New Brighton’s prize-winning Red Location Museum near Port Elizabeth, which is now dilapidated and deserted...
Protesters take on Nyalas in Newclare housing protest
Protesters take on Nyalas in Newclare housing protest
In the early hours of Monday morning a few hundred protesters from Kathrada Park blockaded the road outside the Newclare train station – which...
SA's 'sad story of housing' - Lindiwe Sisulu
SA's 'sad story of housing' - Lindiwe Sisulu
There has been a drastic drop in the delivery of houses in the country, Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu told MPs on Tuesday.
Protester shot dead in Sebokeng
Protester shot dead in Sebokeng
A protester was killed on Wednesday and five others arrested for public violence in Sebokeng, south of Johannesburg, Gauteng police said.
Zille suggests turnaround in housing strategy
Zille suggests turnaround in housing strategy
Adequate housing is a key requirement for a sense of dignity, Western Cape premier Helen Zille said on Monday.
Our people need dignified houses, says Sexwale
Our people need dignified houses, says Sexwale
A total of 8 700 human settlement projects are currently under way across the country in a bid to eradicate "ugly little pondokkies...

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