Goedverwatch community tell of bad service delivery from the Moravian Church of South Africa.
The recent floods in Cape Town devastated informal settlements, particularly in low lying areas that ironically offers them security from forced removal since the land is not deemed habitable.
Unions and NGOs convened a meeting this Saturday to build a collective response to the housing crisis in inner city Johannesburg.
Communities along Cape Town’s central line complain of inadequate sanitation and access to water as the plan to relocate them stalls.
The Rural Legal Centre says it deals with cases of eviction of farmworkers and families who have stayed on the same farm for more than 20 years.
The launch of the Cry of the Xcluded in the Western Cape saw activists from both sides of the railway line coming together to talk about issues affecting their communities.
Hostel residents in Langa say they are tired of empty promises of houses and failure to maintain the hostels by the authorities.
The residents of an informal settlement in Khayelitsha are refusing to vacate the land for the building of a private hospital.
The city has identified 46 flood-prone informal settlements across the metro and assembled a winter task team made up of 25 city departments and external partners under the leading role of the Disaster Risk Management Centre.