Poster: Rhodes University book launch of No Land! No House! No Vote!

9 08 2011





Review of No Land! No House! No Vote! for Amandla Magazine

8 08 2011
Amandla Magazine, South Africa – Jun 1, 2011
by Martin Legassick

On 19 December 2007, encouraged by their Democratic Alliance (DA) councilor, backyarders in Delft illegally occupied unfinished houses in the N2 Gateway scheme. After battling in court, they were evicted on 19 February 2008. Many of them decided to remain across the road from the N2 Gateway houses, and built shacks along the pavement of Symphony Way. After a further 20 months of contestation these people were evicted again, to the nearby Blikkiesdorp Temporary Relocation Area (TRA).

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Media: ‘No Land! No House! No Vote!’

19 05 2011

AbM Note: AbM opposes haphazard and dangerously put together electricity connections. But the movement does support carefully and safely organised connections which improve and save lives (from fires). The project of carefully and collectively safely electrifying Kennedy Road was, like much of the movement’s other work, badly set back by the attacks in late 2009 and the ongoing harassment of its members, and the demolition of their homes, for many months afterwards.

http://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/kwazulu-natal/no-land-no-house-no-vote-1.1070896

May 19 2011 at 09:55am, By SINEGUGU NDLOVU AND BRONWYN FOURIE

From left to right, the wires creep into the grubby maze of tightly knit shacks, cobbled out of discarded board and other material. Rubbish lies strewn about, mucky water runs freely on the ground and the stench of sewerage assaults your nose. Read the rest of this entry »





Launch at Book Lounge of “No Land! No House! No Vote!” and picket by Blikkiesdorp in front of Parliament

12 05 2011

For more information on our struggle, please contact Aunty Tilla @ 0764772508 and Michelle @ 0748063523

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5th May Event: No Land! No House! No Vote! at AIDC

4 05 2011

No Land! No House! No Vote!

Voices from Symphony Way on our upcoming elections

Join us to hear and talk about this unique anthology of 45 factual short stories written by the controversial 2011_05_05 Symphony Way Book Launch on 5th of MaySymphony Way Pavement Dwellers from Delft and with a Forward by Raj Patel.

The authors from Symphony Way will be there to discuss their struggle for land, housing and dignity and how that struggle taught them a lot about electoral politics. They will be explaining why many of them will not vote in the elections on the 18th May.

Date: 5th May 2011 — Time: 5:30 for 6pm

at Alternative Information Development Center

129 Rochester Rd in Observatory, Cape Town

Entrance is free. Copies of the book will be available to buy.   RSVP to Norma@aidc.org.za 021 4472525 or RSVP on Facebook.  For comment by the Symphony Way Anti-Eviction Campaign, contact Aunty Tilla at 0764772508





Photos + video of Gugulethu No Land! No House! No Vote! Protest

30 04 2009
Gugs residents protest: No Land! No House No Vote!

Gugulethu residents protest on election day declaring No Land! No House No Vote!

See this Sowetan article on the protest for more info

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IndyMedia Presents: No Land! No House! No Vote!

31 12 2005

Indymedia production following the story of South Africans who are disenfranchised with the ANC who believe that their needs are not being met.





IndyMedia Presents: No Land! No House! No Vote!

12 12 2005

 

 Indymedia production following the story of South Africans who are disenfranchised with the ANC who believe that their needs are not being met.  





IndyMedia Presents: No Land! No House! No Vote!

12 12 2005

  

 Indymedia production following the story of South Africans who are disenfranchised with the ANC who believe that their needs are not being met.  





IndyMedia Presents: No Land! No House! No Vote!

12 12 2005

Indymedia production following the story of South Africans who are disenfranchised by the ANC government who have not provide safe and affortable housing for the residence of informal settlements all over Cape Town.  








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