The N7 North and South between Malibongwe Drive and the Plattekloof/Potsdam roads off-ramps running next to Du Noon in Cape town were closed on Monday due to protest action. The area is also near the busy Killarney industrial area. News24 reported earlier that the protest action was thought to be[…]
In the wake of a week of violent protests in Dunoon, the city of Cape Town issued more than R1m in warrants and impounded 118 taxis. The pushback from the city came after the protests, which left stakeholders on either side seething. Over the past week, taxi bosses have lamented[…]
Protests in Dunoon have been suspended following a meeting that took place last night between taxi drivers and associations and the community of Dunoon. This comes after several days of violent protests by taxi drivers against the law enforcement activities of traffic officials. The purpose of the meeting was to[…]
The SANDF has been asked to intervene in the ongoing protest in Dunoon, sparked by disgruntled taxi associations. Taxi owners say they’re being victimised by the City of Cape Town. These protests have had dire consequences for many residents in the township. WATCH: Army deployed in Dunoon following violent protests Taxi associations are[…]
A truck has been set alight during a service delivery protest in Dunoon, Cape Town on Friday. According to City of Cape Town traffic services spokesperson Richard Coleman, the protest started just after 07:00 and areas affected include the entire Dunoon, the N7, Koeberg and Malibongwe roads. Coleman said bus[…]
More than 100 owners of RDP houses in Dunoon face hefty fines or imprisonment for building rooms to rent, without permission from City authorities. The City of Cape Town has sent notices to the owners, warning them they have breached the Municipal Planning By-Law, GroundUp reported. Several property entrepreneurs breached[…]
Roads around Dunoon in Cape Town were closed on Tuesday morning as protests continued in the informal settlement. It was the second day of closures as roads were closed on Monday morning because of the protests‚ which began the night before and left foreign shop owners’ businesses looted and damaged.[…]
With students getting into the swing of the 3rd term of the 2016 academic year, it has emerged that more than 200 children in Dunoon have not yet been placed at a schooling institution; a result of overcrowding at the area’s respective schools. This comes seven months into the current[…]
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