Comments : Comments Off on Activists left out to dry by Housing Dept and Development Action Group
Tags: Department of Human Settlements, Development Action Group, transport
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WC-AEC Press Release
15 November 2011
The National Department of Human Settlements and Development Action Group, a housing NGO, had invited civil society to a housing indaba yesterday. Members of the Western Cape Anti-Eviction Campaign attended the meeting in which they promised that the participants would be given transport home.
However, after the meeting, poor participants were left stranded without transport home.
The Anti-Eviction Campaign was forced to use its own petty-cash to ensure that other poor participants were able to return to their families last night. The AEC is a movement with almost no money to its name and yet we feel obligated to make sure our comrades are taken care of when left out to dry by government and NGOs
Phantsi National Department of Human Settlements! Phantsi!
Phantsi DAG! Phantsi!
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Gary @ 0723925859
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Comments : Comments Off on Sexwale slams families protesting against government oppression and corruptipon
Tags: anarchy, Department of Human Settlements, evictions, joe slovo, joe slovo phase 1, N2 Gateway, repression, Tokyo Sexwale
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AEC Note: Tokyo Sekwale, owner of a R56 million house, and a man who cited matchbox houses as one of his reasons for taking up arms against apartheid, declares protest against ‘housing’ far worse than apartheid’s matchbox houses to be ‘anarchy’ that will be met with ‘zero tolerance’….Also, see the Media Briefing below where Sexwale compares protesting families to armies of people holding bazookas….Also, now that Thubelisha and Trafalgar are gone, Joe Slovo Phase 1 will now be managed by the corrupt and problematic Cape Town Community Housing Company.
Sexwale warns unruly protesters
July 01 2009 at 10:45AM
By Gaye Davis
Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale has warned that the government will take tough action against people who want to render any part of the country ungovernable. Read the rest of this entry »