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On Saturday Lizzy Mathiso woke up to find the crèche she owns and runs in Lwandle in shambles. Two classrooms which cater for 54 children were … see more »
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The Bo Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa, formerly known as the Malay Quarter and is situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city … see more »
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One person has died and four others rushed to hospital after a five-storey building collapsed in Ngei 2 near CDF Hall in Huruma, Nairobi on June 3, … see more »
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Violence broke out after land occupiers' shacks were demolished and removed along Prince George Drive, in Cape Town's south peninsula, on Wednesday … see more »
Violent protests broke out over housing once again in Vrygrond in Cape Town's south peninsula. Taxis were not operating. Schools and businesses were … see more »
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Every three days Vuyiseka Njanjala collects 60 litres of water for her family. see more »
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Drought, protests, anger over the social grants payment system, and the collapse of Metrorail marked this year. GroundUp's photographers present this … see more »
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The City of Cape Town has announced a new plan for future affordable housing developments. All of the sites are within 5km of the city centre and have … see more »
Amid rampant crime and gansterism, a group called Operation Wanya Tsotsi has sprung up to try and make Galeshewe in Kimberley a safer place to live. … see more »
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In Addis Ababa, over 3,000 homes are slated to be demolished, report by Thompson Reuters Foundation. According to the city's urban renewal agency, the … see more »
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