The Khayelitsha Development Forum says it’s worried about the slow pace in which the…

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The Khayelitsha Development Forum says it’s worried about the slow pace in which the…

The Khayelitsha Development Forum says it’s worried about the slow pace in which the City of Cape Town is addressing the issue of damaged graves in the area. About 400 graves were damaged by a fire on New Year’s eve in Burial Block E. Forum chairperson Ndithini Tyhido says it’s still not clear what caused the fire in the cemetery located on the corner of Swartklip and Steve Biko Road. The full extent of the damage is currently being determined. The Khayelitsha Cemetery spans over 30 hectares. Tyhido says they want the city to contact affected families as a first step towards replacing wooden crosses and other memorial signs, including details of the deceased, destroyed by the fire.











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