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We See You: Court gives queer artist collective days to vacate Camps Bay mansion

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A group of queer artists have been occupying a mansion in Camps Bay for fifteen days, demanding a national rent freeze among other things for marginalised groups who have been further affected by the pandemic. (We See You/ Instagram)
A group of queer artists have been occupying a mansion in Camps Bay for fifteen days, demanding a national rent freeze among other things for marginalised groups who have been further affected by the pandemic. (We See You/ Instagram)

On 21 September 2020, a queer artist collective called #WeSeeYou started a protest performance in which they occupied a luxury house in Camps Bay, Cape Town, that operates as an Airbnb.

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