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Homes bulldozed in Masi P

Masiphumelele resident Lelo Guza, who disassembled his home and hid his building material, transports the material to a place of safety as he awaits vacant land to rebuild his home again. Picture: David Ritchie

23 December 2015


Masiphumelele resident Lelo Guza, who disassembled his home and hid his building material, transports the material to a place of safety as he awaits vacant land to rebuild his home again. Picture: David Ritchie

Masiphumelele resident Lelo Guza, who disassembled his home and hid his building material, transports the material to a place of safety as he awaits vacant land to rebuild his home again. Picture: David Ritchie

By Zodidi Dano

Cape Town – Just three days before Christmas more than 100 Masiphumelele residents have been displaced after authorities, armed with a court interdict, tore down their homes.

Some of the residents who illegally occupied South African National Parks (SANParks) land lost their homes in a fire last month that killed two people and left more than 4 000 people homeless.

Read the full article from iolNews.

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