The Housing AssemblyCape Town 05 January 2021 Dear xxx On New Years Day a fire started in the Taiwan Cite C settlement, Khayelitsha. Because of the overcrowded living conditions of the settlement, and the harsh winds, the fire spread fast. The damage was drastic, and the area has now been declared a Local Disaster Area.Over … More Housing Assembly donation letter
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Housing Assembly would like to comment on the announcement of a Level 3 with immediate effect from Monday 28th December 2020, with adjusted regulations.In President Cyril Ramaphosa’s speech on 9th April, he stated that: “we will craft a uniquely South African response that uses our own capabilities as a nation.” On … More Housing Assembly responding to the President on in December
19 NOVEMBER 2020 STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HOUSING ASSEMBLY CONDEMN GBV On 11 NOVEMBER 2020, the Housing Assembly lost a beloved COMRADE Wongeka Vimbayo to a brutal and horrifying act of gender-based violence within the Khayelitsha community. Where crime is regarded as normal activity, where the killing of womxn has been normalised. As we collectively … More
Housing Assembly today mobilized its members to Capetown High Court supporting Communicare Tenants when they are were dark days, bullied by powerful and political influential landlord Communicare. Wanting to evict them when they fight for their own rights. Requesting for legitimate title deed of the building they are claiming to be theirs.
Housing Assembly lost one of its former Treasure comrade Amanda Makolwa. On the 27th of September 2020. On this day we were paying our last respect in lower Cross road.
HOUSING ASSEMBLY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Statement against Police Brutality We live in a country that is one of the most unequal in the world! A tiny minority live lives of luxury in well-located leafy suburbs with full access to the best services such as hot/cold water, flush toilets, electricity, good roads and drainage; and well-maintained … More Housing Assembly statement against police brutality