Gatvol Capetonian and the Cape Coloured Congress leader Fadiel Adams has taken on an ambitious campaign to bring all rival gangs together in an effort to bring peace to the Cape Flats. Gang violence continues to cause devastation across various communities, with hundreds of people losing their lives daily. Ahead[…]
Pressure group Gatvol Capetonian has launched a new political party, the Cape Coloured Congress, In the hopes of contesting and winning 2021’s local government elections in the Western Cape. The party’s leader, Fadiel Adams, says the need for the party stems from clear marginalisation and side-lining of the coloured community[…]
The leader of the controversial pressure group G@tvol Capetonian has accused the City of Cape Town of using “strong arm tactics” to silence the movement. Leader Fadiel Adams is facing criminal and civil charges after the #TotalShutdown protests organised for 8 August resulted in damage to public and private property[…]
The Cape Town shutdown, protest action spearheaded by the controversial minority rights group, Gatvol Capetonian, has begun in the Mother City. Early on Thursday morning, disgruntled community members took to the streets to voice their frustrations with the City’s inadequate approach to Human Settlements and, more directly, low-cost housing. Why are Cape[…]
By Shakirah Thebus Different areas across the Western Cape are set to participate in a total shutdown called for by the Gatvol Capetonian movement. The shutdown is expected to take place on Thursday 8 August between 05:00 until 11:00 and will see community members, mostly backyard dwellers and activists from[…]
Civil society organisation, Gatvol Capetonian has vowed to fight tooth and nail until the Department of Labour is held accountable for its alleged failure to employ coloured people in the Western Cape. The movement has plans to launch a class action lawsuit against the state after the South African Human[…]
Controversial “pro-brown” organisation, Gatvol Capetonian, is in negotiations with Gayton McKenzie’s Patriotic Alliance and the newly-formed Alliance of Indigenous and True South Africans (Aitsa), following the rejection of its application to be registered as a formal political party. Gatvol Capetonian, which claims to represent all minority groups in South Africa[…]
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