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The police's Julian Plaatjies said: “The houses are either property of some of the gang members or the gang members themselves.But police are monitoring the area.” Meanwhile, last week two people were killed in separate gang-related shootings in the same area.A week ago a protest by residents of Masiphumelele drew attention to land issues in the community causing the Cape Town Cycle Tour to be cut short. Residents were unhappy with the response of ward councillor Felicity Purchase to a memorandum which they handed over on February 14.The demolition of shacks, the unavailability of land and the lack of electricity in some areas were some of their concerns.The 2 for the price of 1 special has been running for what seems like ages – but alas it will draw to a close at the end of the month.The Monday Buy One Get One Free burger special will be replaced and patrons will be able to purchase a burger for R50 and a sauce at a discounted price.
Cassidy has had 63 operations in her short lifetime, including 8 brain operations in a single month to save her life Cassidy first saw wheelchair dancing on TV and expressed her desire to try it.
Today the Western Cape High Court was due to hear arguments from the WLC, the State, and interested parties on whether the failure to recognize Muslim marriages, among others, discriminates against women. Additional information The ongoing violation of the human rights of women in Muslim marriages has been the subject of a more than a decade law reform process.
This process to all intents and purposes have been abandoned.
It also services surrounding areas like Samora Machel, Phillipi and Old Cross Roads.
12 year old Cassidy Bailey from Primrose Park has been invited to take part in the Wheelchair Dancing World Cup taking place in Holland in April 2018 But having a passion won't be enough to get her to the Holland Dans Spektakel as it will require her to come up with the funds to get there.
One of the protesters told Ground Up they were protesting because they were desperate.