Cape Town - Macassar, Cape Town, residents protested on Wednesday against plans to relocate Lwandle evictees to their area, the SABC reported.
According to the public broadcaster, Macassar residents wanted the City of Cape Town to prioritise their housing needs instead of relocating the Lwandle residents.
Protesters threw stones, burnt tyres in the streets and damaged the fence around a local shopping mall.
The protest turned violent on Tuesday and 15 people were arrested, causing the closure of various shops in the area, the SABC reported.
Hundreds of families were evicted from land belonging to the SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) in Lwandle at the beginning of June.