An application by the City of Cape Town to stop the Human Rights Commission from accessing the Strandfontein site for the homeless will be heard in the High Court on Wednesday.
The City of Cape Town has circulated Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to local film companies as part of the reopening of the permit process.
Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu says she is concerned that the City of Cape Town did not adhere to the stipulated regulations when it evicted people during the national lockdown.
Angry Khayelitsha residents whose illegal structures were demolished by the City of Cape Town’s land invasion unit have stoned the vehicle of the mayoral committee member for Human Settlements, Malusi Booi.
Human rights group, the Legal Resources Centre (LRC) has condemned the City of Cape Town’s decision to evict people and demolish homes in Empolweni, Makhaza, on Thursday. The centre says the evictions are in contravention of the Disaster Management Act.
Some foreign nationals who are still living on the streets around the Central Police Station and the District Six Museum say they are pleading with the authorities to take them to a safe and humane space during the lockdown.
The City of Cape Town has called on national government to refine the regulations of the 21-day lockdown to make implementation easier for the police and military.
The City of Cape Town has opened an arson case with the police following suspicion that the fire in the Table Mountain National Park was deliberately started.
PRASA says it is optimistic that the City of Cape Town will not cut electricity supply to train stations and other facilities.
The City of Cape Town has given the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) until Friday to pay its debt or face the disconnection of services on Monday.