WATCH | No roads, no water, no toilets: 'Why are they ignoring us?'

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A lack of access to basic necessities is not just an inconvenience, but a health and safety risk for people in these Western Cape communities. Find out why residents want government to do more.

  • Read the City of Cape Town’s full response here.
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