The Woodstock Hub and the City of Cape Town want to recover legal costs from the 27 people taking them to court over their planned relocation to the Wolwerivier emergency housing camp, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday. In addition the R75 000 raised for them through crowdfunding,[…]
The Ndifuna Ukwazi Law Centre will on Tuesday head to the Western Cape High Court to represent families facing eviction from Bromwell Street, Woodstock. Bromwell Street residents protested outside the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock in August over the proposed evictions. The sit-in brought the “struggle against evictions to the[…]
Families facing eviction from their Woodstock homes say they will be left unemployed and their children without schools, should they be relocated to Wolwerivier. “We went to Wolwerivier last year and there is no life there. Most of us work night shift at places in the area, so if we[…]
Bromwell Street residents, who are facing eviction from their Woodstock homes, have requested a postponement in the Western Cape High Court on Wednesday. Judge Leslie Weinkove approved the postponement application, stating that the case will reappear in the High Court on the 30 January 2017. In the interim, the residents[…]
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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