Activists say municipal by-laws are anti-poor

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DURBANVILLE, SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 01: Members of law enforcement and police assist the City of Cape Town Displaced Persons Unit (CoCT DPU) in the removal of the displaced people and their belongings at the controversial tent town on December 01, 2020 in Durbanville, South Africa. It is reported that the number of streets  people has more than tripled since the national lockdown. (Photo by Gallo Images/Jacques Stander)
DURBANVILLE, SOUTH AFRICA - DECEMBER 01: Members of law enforcement and police assist the City of Cape Town Displaced Persons Unit (CoCT DPU) in the removal of the displaced people and their belongings at the controversial tent town on December 01, 2020 in Durbanville, South Africa. It is reported that the number of streets people has more than tripled since the national lockdown. (Photo by Gallo Images/Jacques Stander)

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The ANC has worked this into its election manifesto, which it launched on September 27.

It promises to amend restrictive by-laws including those that prevent people from earning a living.

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