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Cape Town hopes to find a lasting solution for refugees

The scene inside the Central Methodist Church in Cape Town, where refugees have been staying since 30 October 2019

The living conditions of refugees housed at the Methodist Church in Cape Town are worsening. The men, women, and children have been living at the church for nearly three months.

Factional tensions have resulted in leaders from rival factions being arrested.

The situation has been exacerbated by an outbreak of chickenpox.

Officials from the city, Home Affairs, the SAHRC, and UNHCR, are meeting with the mayor of Cape Town to deal with the crisis.

In other news – Senzo Meyiwa’s widow Mandisa Meyiwa spills more beans – Besides Kelly Khumalo, he also slept with my best friend

A book about the late Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Senzo Meyiwa reveals different versions of him and details his cheating escapades, whilst still married to Mandisa Meyiwa.

Senzo & Mandisa Meyiwa and Kelly Khumalo

In November 2019, ZAlebs ran a story about the existence of a book, detailing the chronicles of Senzo Meyiwa’s life. The book was written by self-published author, Soweto Mandlakazi and it will be officially launched on 21 February 20 in Durban. continue reading


Source: eNCA