WATCH | District Six evictions: Homeless say they lost everything during City of Cape Town operation

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Remnants from the massive operation where law enforcement officers moved in on District Six homeless people.
Remnants from the massive operation where law enforcement officers moved in on District Six homeless people.
Marvin Charles


A week after the  City of Cape Town law enforcement officers moved in to demolish tents and structures of homeless residents who had been squatting in District Six, disgruntled street people are complaining that they've lost all their worldly possessions.

They claim they have been stripped of their IDs, medication, the roofs over their heads and the clothing on their backs. 

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