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.
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.
The High Court in Cape Town has ruled that the evictions of informal dwellers at Empolweni informal settlement in Khayelitsha was unlawful. This after over a hundred dwellers were evicted from the settlement over the Easter weekend.
The lawyer for the District Six land claimants Nicki van’t Riet says the High Court in the Western Cape has taken a strong stand against the use of tax-payers’ money for personal litigations.
The Democratic Alliance (DA) leadership in Gauteng says it will do all it can to overturn the decision by provincial government to dissolve and place the Tshwane Metro Council under an administration.
There is still no clarity on what will happen with around 200 foreign nationals who are now camping out close to the Cape Town Central Police Station.
Refugees in Cape Town gathered at the Central Police Station to hand themselves over for arrest after having been evicted and removed.
The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) in the Western Cape says there is a possibility of an out of court settlement in the alleged racist assault case of Springbok rugby star, Eben Etzebeth.
A number of parties entered the political fray over the past decade. Some have managed to grow in leaps and bounds, increasing support with every election while others have fallen by the wayside and have lost all their seats in parliament.
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has warned public representatives to restrain themselves within the confines of the executive code of ethics.