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Conditions in Khayelitsha informal settlement

Cape Times

By Courtney Africa

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CApe Town. 120814. Nonzaliseko Tsolo walks over a few rocks to get to her home.  Khayelitsha residents are tired of living in these conditions. The toilets supplied by Government now has become like a dam. 3 households share one toilet. Reporter Xolani. Picture Courtney AfricaCApe Town. 120814. Khayelitsha residents are tired of living in these conditions. The toilets supplied by Government now has become like a dam. 3 households share one toilet. Reporter Xolani. Picture Courtney AfricaCApe Town. 120814. Khayelitsha residents are tired of living in these conditions. The toilets supplied by Government now has become like a dam. 3 households share one toilet. Reporter Xolani. Picture Courtney AfricaCApe Town. 120814. Khayelitsha residents are tired of living in these conditions. The toilets supplied by Government now has become like a dam. 3 households share one toilet. Reporter Xolani. Picture Courtney AfricaCApe Town. 120814. Khayelitsha residents are tired of living in these conditions. The toilets supplied by Government now has become like a dam. 3 households share one toilet. Reporter Xolani. Picture Courtney Africa

The Cape Times spoke to Khayelitsha residents in BM Section who took part in recent protests and who said they had legitimate grievances over the conditions in which they are forced to live.

Most shacks visited were drenched.

Residents complaints ranged from housing, broken communal toilets and having to use bucket toilets to no electricity, but their main concern at the moment was flooding.

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