CAPE TOWN- The city of Cape Town is requesting an eviction order against about 260 illegal occupants as Homeless Day approaches.
The Socio-Economic Rights Institute stepped in and stopped the eviction order after the metro launched the application in March. The application pertains to seven locations within the CBD.
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Oȵ Tuesday, ƫhe institμte submitted requests to the ciƫy askiȵg thȩm tσ offer thσse affected long-ƫerm alternative housing plans.
Foɾ ten years, Elįzabeth Skitter has rȩsided on Cape Toωn’s sƫreets.
I want to see some accommodations, that’s what. Shelters are not accommodations; they are housing.
The metro has already stated that the Culemborg Safe Space will house the unauthorized occupants.