Refugees' Occupation of Church Ended by South African Police

An operation led by the South African Police Service has ended the occupation by refugees of the Central Methodist Church on Greenmarket Square in Cape Town. The refugees have been relocated to a city-owned property, previously identified by Mayor Dan Plato as a site for providing shelter to the City's homeless.

Refugees occupying the Central Methodist Mission Church on Greenmarket Square were moved using buses to a new location on Thursday


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