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Backyard family one of 84 new beneficiaries of the City of Cape Town's Breaking New Ground project in The Downs, Manenberg.
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Dead voters, a candle you can eat and meet the new Miss SA.
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Residents of informal settlements tell of hardships amid repeated broken housing promises
The mobile home comes complete with a TV, fold-down double bed and a granite kitchenette.
Thobani Dlamini left his small family home, and with the help of his girlfriend built a one-room home from reeds and mud.
Nearly 114,000 people in Sydney aged 25 to 34 are still living in the family home, in a housing environment of spiralling prices and a decade-long wait to scrape together enough money for a deposit. A...
Hout Bay Protest that turned ugly & left one man shot
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba claimed human rights lawyers are being paid from proceeds of human and drug trafficking, slowing inner-city renewal.
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And I've stopped believing that politicians want to help me out.
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It's alleged another one of the acting commissioner's drivers was given a state house in much the same way in October 2016.
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In spite of the support of the people, and the current landowners, the City of Cape Town refuses to expropriate the Marikana land for the people. Why?
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As long as you are paying the bank for your house, it is not an asset to you, but a liability that is taking money out of your pocket.
When a woman told the ANC secretary-general people were fed up with shacks, he told her 22 years in power wasn't long enough to sort everything out.
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"No-one wants to help. Meanwhile we pay rent. We cry every day."
Decent homes are needed for the millions moving into cities, to avoid the violence and despair that living in slums brings.