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Cape mulls a fence around District Six

City law enforcement and the Anti-Land Invasion Unit removed 41 makeshift structures from the vacant land. Picture: Tracey Adams/Cape Argus

05 February 2016


City law enforcement and the Anti-Land Invasion Unit removed 41 makeshift structures from the vacant land. Picture: Tracey Adams/Cape Argus

City law enforcement and the Anti-Land Invasion Unit removed 41 makeshift structures from the vacant land. Picture: Tracey Adams/Cape Argus

By Helen Bamford

Cape Town – The City of Cape Town is investigating whether the parts of land in District Six occupied by the homeless can be fenced off in an effort to protect it from further invasion. City law enforcement and the Anti-Land Invasion Unit had removed 41 makeshift structures from the vacant land on Tuesday.

Metro police chief Wayne le Roux said the piece of land was monitored by various law enforcement agencies.

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