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The 7 queer activists at the Camps Bay mansion in Cape Town. Picture: Gallo Images/Brenton Geach
The 7 queer activists at the Camps Bay mansion in Cape Town. Picture: Gallo Images/Brenton Geach

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On September 22, a group calling itself the Queer Radical Activist Feminist Collective occupied a mansion in Camps Bay, Cape Town.

The self-described “queer black and coloured artists and activists” termed this as an attempt to address a wide range of issues – from a lack of safe housing for victims of domestic violence, safe spaces for people within the LGBTQIA+ community, to how many people cannot afford to pay rent and many more with very little hope of ever owning a house.

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