http://ewn.co.za/t3hwk CAPE TOWN - Disaster Risk authorities are on high ready as solid breezes and hefty downpours are pulverizing portions of the Western Cape on Thursday. One more virus front made landfall before in the day. Weighty downpours lashed the territory last week as two virus fronts hit.
She was doing matric hoping that she will crossover and start her journey to study for her dream, but she did not even finish the first term of her matric year as her life was cut shot.
CAPE TOWN - Masiphumelele Library in Hout Bay got some TLC and an extension for members of the community. Coca-Cola Peninsula Beverages (CCPB), the Rotary Club of Newlands (RCN) and members of the Turok family officially opened the center yesterday. The latest extension includes a reading room and study area.
Masiphumelele residents have been awaiting the Government intervention after their homes were destroyed by fire early last month,they've been sleeping in the streets and some have found shelter in the nearest neighborhoods. The group of people have visited the struggling residents who are trying to rebuild their destroyed homes,in a short clip the lady was heard chasing the group who carried the food parcels away and swearing at them,she went on to swear at the ANC and President Cyril Ramaphosa.People seemed
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu is set to address the nation today at 14:00, on channel 408. The 67 year old Minister of Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation, will address the nation in regards to the human settlement budget and outline the 2021/2022 priorities. There have been pictures of Minister Sisulu, participating in the building of houses.
Source: https://news365.co.za/masiphumelele-arson/ Chaos as Cape Town residents demands justice for Masiphulele.In Cape Town there was a project that was launched to build houses for those who had lost their homes in December due to fire.
Masiphumelele Fire Video link : https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2183348785135108&id=160836574053016 A fire has torn through roughly a thousand shacks in the Masiphumelele informal settlement. Yesterday's wildfire in Cape Town left thousands of people destitute, people were left to watch as the fire ripped thought their shacks and they had to wait out when their furniture’s and possessions were destroyed in the fire. It is not clear what caused the fires, but this tends to happen and the gale
4,000 South Africans left homeless in Masiphumelele informal settlement after fire Outbreak Terrible thing happened in south Africa which has left Everyone in the State of Devastation and agony because alot of south Africans has loft Their property and home as a result of the incident. According to the report, the terrible fire ravaging that took place in Masiphumelele informal settlement has Left more than four thousand south Africans homeless. The information was disseminated on Twitter by south African
About thousands of people were left homeless in Cape Town, Masiphumelele after the fire occurred and spread throughout the entire informal settlement. According to the source, thousands of people lost their belongings after the fire swept the entire area erasing about 1000 homes. The rescue team was called on board to handle the matter which apparently took them more than 2 days to clean the area. On the other report on the same incident, the Capetonians were reported to be there to assist residents with some
You surely need to hear this out if you reside in South Africa. A few days ago , there was a report of a fire that led to the destruction of homes in Masiphumelele, in the Western Cape . As a result of that unfortunate incident that left more than a thousand families displaced , the MEC for Settlements , Tertuis Simmers, made an appeal for all the people living in South Africa and everybody willing to come forward and assist in anyway they can. The MEC highlighted that the affected families are faced with different
An estimated 4000 - 5000 people have been left homeless following a fire that tore through the Masiphumelele informal settlement near Kommetjie. The organisation Living Hope’s executive director John Thomas says it’s impossible to count the number of lost houses as there are rugby fields of torn up metal. Community leaders estimate that around 1 200 shacks were destroyed. It’s believed many people are unaware that they have no home in Masiphumelele as they had already left for their hometowns for the festive
Another disaster , besides the Covid-19 has hit Cape Town residents of Masiphumelele.The eNCA news has reported of fire that broke out yesterday and tore apart more than a thousand shacks in the Masiphumelele informal settlement leaving more than a thousand families homeless.The fire broke down yesterday and because of the winds it was easy for more than a thousand shacks to burn to the ground. The wildfire in Masiphumelele in Cape Town left more than a thousand families destitute according to the Councillor
City of Cape Town firemen are right now engaging a burst in Masiphumelele after its Fire and Rescue Services was made aware of crest of thick dark smoke in the region at around 16:13. "The group from Kommetjie Road immediately reacted to the fire in Masemola Street which was being fanned by solid breezes and spreading at a disturbing rate," Fire and Rescue Services representative Jermaine Carelse said in an explanation on Thursday. "Extra assets were brought in and eight firefighting machines and 40 staff
After more than 1000 homes were destroyed in Masiphumelele and the residents have to face the dire prospect of spending the holidays , Christmas and new year without food and accommodation. Gift of Givers a non governmental organization that help people in urgent need jump to the rescue by providing residents with tents and food. Many of the local residents took refuge in local church and pavements with their belongings that they managed to salvage from the fire disaster. More than 6000 people have to spend
Masiphumelele residents is good to have a good day to day as they are going to have something to eat , atleast they won't worry about what to eat. They had a very difficult week so today is all about forgetting and smiling abit. By Kaylynn Palm Everyday Gift of the Givers have been contributing with hot meals to Masiphumelele residents.Today will be a very special day for them as they were all clueless on how they were going to spend their Christmas day. The Humanitarian organisation Gift of the Givers is going
Take a look at they did for Masiphumelele residents after shack burst. Till now, 400 crisis structures have been built. 321 of the transitory designs have been given over to fire casualties. On Tuesday, Western Cape Human Settlements MEC Tertius Stews held commitment with occupants of Masiphumelele in Cape Town. The Occupants have taken control of impermanent crisis structures after a staggering fire. "It is critical to by and by call attention to that this is just transitory asylum." Stews kept on saying "We
Masiphumelele residents are still battling with infernal consequences that date back to early December last year,Masiphumelele informal settlements went on fire few days before Christmas. The residents are trying by all means to restore normality and their lost possessions.the western cape human settlements department had started restoration processes early january,where the have erected shacks awaiting residents' occupation.The structures are for emergency and not permanent resident.The American Rapper Fat
https://ewn.co.za/2021/10/22/masiphumelele-fire-victims-protest-demand-electricity-in-temporary-homes?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Masiphumelele inhabitants who lost their homes when an overwhelming fire tore through the local area last December have requested their transitory convenience be associated with power with prompt impact. Scores of fire casualties rioted on Thursday to voice their disappointment about helpless assistance conveyance and an absence of satisfactory lodging.
After a fire annihilated around 1 000 structures in Masiphumelele, Cape Town, leaving a large number of individuals destitute, government has affirmed it would give an expected R32 million in alleviation financing. The cash will be utilized to give brief structures and water and sterilization offices to the influenced occupants. News24 recently revealed that the fire in the zone was purportedly the aftereffect of an unlawful land occupation on 17 December. Peruse | Fire that dislodged 5 000 individuals
Cape Town - Tensions are getting ready in Masiphumelele over the piece of impermanent plans, for express inhabitants requiring the release of people who have been committed the shacks. On Monday seven of the 70 shacks that ought to have been raised at a nearby games field were destroyed by sports players and neighborhood. By Clever Advertising This was uncovered during Human Settlements MEC Tertius Simmers' visit on Tuesday. Occupant Thembinkosi Matshanda said the greater part of those scattered upgrades