The City Should Get Its Priorities Straight & Focus On The Poor


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The City of Cape Town is prioritising the rich and the white by wanting to move R48 million from much-needed services for the poor and working-class, to refurbish roads for a Formula E event.

The Movement for Collective Action and Racial Equity (CARE’s) Sindisa Monakali says the city should’ve instead used that funds to fix issues placing informal settlements, such as access to clean and safe water, unblocking sewage systems, and providing proper sanitation.

The group protested outside the Civic Centre in Cape Town to call out the City neglecting communities in need. 

[File Picture: An artist’s impression]

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May 22, 2022
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