Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato, says just over R2 billion rand has been set…

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Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato, says just over R2 billion rand has been set…

Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato, says just over R2 billion rand has been set aside for formal housing over the medium term. Plato briefed the media in Cape Town on the city’s future housing plans over the next three years . He says R590 million is budgeted for the current financial year. He adds that R4 billion has been allocated for the development of informal settlements. Plato says R850 million of the R4 billion is set aside for upgrades to informal settlements and backyard services. The City’s housing backlog is close to 400-thousand with most people on the waiting list currently living in informal settlements, temporary relocation camps and as backyarders.


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5 comments on “Cape Town Mayor, Dan Plato, says just over R2 billion rand has been set…

  1. Best news today’s let’s hope the won’t do to much corruption in those projects, they need to stop selling poor people houses to their friends

  2. Most people on the waiting list have a house elsewhere. It is no use using an ID number when getting a free house. DNA will be the only way forward. Family members included.

  3. I feel that if free houses are given to all that need, then the total value of that house plus all the costs and services should be calculated and the same amount of money given to all South Africans that currently own houses, so they can pay towards their bonds

  4. Cos in today living conditions not everyone is fortunate to go n buy a house cos our wages cnt even cover the rent so we r dependant on council housing which i dunno wen i will get cos im paying other peoples rent which cud hav been my own rent

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