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Road closed. (Duncan Alfreds, News24)
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Cape Town - A meeting between the housing department and the Imizamo Yethu steering committee has been set for Monday at 10.00, Cape Town safety and security director Richard Bosman said on Saturday evening, adding that the matter is still unresolved.

The meeting comes as protests rocked the informal settlement near Cape Town on Saturday.

"The steercom is made up of a group of community leaders from the areas affected by the fires, and they are insisting that the mayor be present at the meeting to address their concerns," Bosman told News24.

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