Kenfac residents angered over killings

The Kensington Facreton Ratepayers Association (KFRA) has expressed concern over the discovery of multiple bodies near the areas, saying residents are living in constant fear. Media reports have speculated that a spate of body disposals between the Century City and Arcadia Park train stations may potentially be the work of[…]

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Kenfac launches youth cleanup project

In an attempt to keep the environment clean and safe the Kensington Factreton Residents and Ratepayers Association (KFRRA) will be approaching surrounding Kensington schools to involve children to participate in their ‘Clean Up’ campaign. KenFac Ratepayers illegal dumping subcomittee chairperson Leslie Swartz said the initiative strives to keep the environment[…]

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Kenfac association to re-launch

In a bid to re-energise itself, the Kensington Factreton Residents and Ratepayers Association (KFRRA) plans to re-launch the association on Monday. It has urged residents to attend a public meeting to elect members of the public in representative positions. The association’s chairperson Dawood Esack called for residents “committed to serving[…]

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Kenfac residents bemoan illegal occupations

Irate residents of the Kensington-Facreton community held a meeting on Monday evening, to discuss the situation surrounding a sizable strip of land in the area that has been subject of several attempted occupations. The Wingfield Military Base has come under threat from illegal occupiers in recent weeks, and residents have[…]

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Kenfac hosts anti crime meeting

The University of the Western Cape (UWC) in association with the Kensington Factreton Ratepayers and Residents Association (KFRRA) has urged the public to engage in peace building through an interactive discussion on International Peace Day on Sunday, 21 September 2014. The discussion revolves around the violence that is taking place[…]

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Notice issued to Kenfac property owner

The City of Cape Town have issued a notice of compliance to the owner of a derelict warehouse in the Kensington / Facreton area, following complaints from residents that the building was being occupied by over 100 immigrants. The occupants of the building were allegedly bussed into the area on[…]

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Kenfac residents hold meeting on occupied building

A meeting was held by Kensington Factreton residents on Wednesday evening, to address the occupation of a derelict warehouse in the area. The residents have expressed outrage, after the building was reportedly converted into 20 apartments, despite no permission being granted for any such construction to take place. Kenfac Ratepayers[…]

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Occupied building has Kenfac residents irate

Fed up residents in Kensington will be holding a street meeting with occupants living in a dilapidated building in 4th avenue and 2nd street in Kensington. According to Mariam Oliver, the secretary of the Kenfac ratepayers association, said the residents would meet with the owner around the safety of the[…]

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Kenfac residents upset over illegal occupation

A group of approximately 100 people who allegedly occupied an unused factory illegally over the weekend has left residents in Kensington up in arms. The Kenfac Ratepayers Association was alerted by members of the community after four truckloads of people were dropped off at the old derelict building in 4th[…]

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