The Cape Town High Court heard closing arguments in the Tafelberg property case on Friday but one of the applicants in the matter, Ndfiuna Uwkwazi, says they only expect judgement as late as May or June next year. The case which has been taken up by social movement Reclaim the[…]
The fight for spatial justice in the Tafelberg land dispute continues this week from Monday until Thursday in the Cape Town High Court. The case, taken up by social movement Reclaim the City and NPO Ndifuna Ukwazi among others, symbolises an ideological battle between spatial justice and redress in Cape[…]
The Western Cape provincial government on Wednesday approved the sale of its Tafelberg property in Sea Point, defying public calls for the property to be redeveloped for low-income housing. “On the basis of what was presented to cabinet, cabinet resolved that the Tafelberg site is not ideally suited to affordable[…]
Bromwell Street residents yesterday gathered before the Western Cape High Court to hear the outcomes of an application they filed last year, regarding the emergency accommodation of the 27 people due to be evicted from the Woodstock houses. The lawyers representing the residents, requested that the court suspend their eviction[…]
Families of Bromwell Street in Salt River can breathe another sigh of relief after a delay in their eviction. Residents were initially to be evicted on the 26th of September after their houses were bought by The Woodstock Hub. The Western Cape High Court has however delayed the process after[…]
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