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Update on eMacambini Negotiations

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Update on eMacambini Negotiations

Statement from Concerned Members of the eMacambini Anti-Removal Committee: Update on Development Talks in eMacambini A Macambini delegation of four people met with MEC Mike Mabuyakhulu to negotiate about development. The talks were held in Durban last week. The MEC was to report back about his findings, after meeting two possible developers: Rhuwaad and Sport City International. Sport City International is the developer preferred by the community. But Mabuyakhulu told the community that Sport City International is no longer interested in the project, so Rhuwaad is the o

Witness: Mannya makes explosive claims against Ndebele

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Witness: Mannya makes explosive claims against Ndebele

http://www.witness.co.za/index.php?showcontent&global[_id]=25786 Mannya makes explosive claims against Ndebele 29 Jul 2009 Nalini Naidoo SUSPENDED head of the KZN Agriculture Department, advocate Modidima Mannya, who faces dismissal after being found guilty of 16 charges in a disciplinary hearing, has thrown down the gauntlet to former premier S’bu Ndebele. Yesterday he made public a letter he sent to Ndebele in February containing explosive allegations. These include a claim that prime c

The Witness: We are all the Public

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The Witness: We are all the Public

http://www.witness.co.za/index.php?showcontent&global[_id]=25336 We are ALL the public 20 Jul 2009 Richard Pithouse ACROSS the country the most vulnerable people in our society are being subjected to brazenly unlawful and often violent action at the hands of the state. Homeless people, refugees, sex workers, street traders and shack dwellers are all being taught, in the most literal sense of the term, to know their place. But state illegality is not only aimed at the segregation of physical

eMacambini: ‘Solution will be found, says MEC’

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eMacambini: ‘Solution will be found, says MEC’

So if business and political elites, with their mutual dependence, are a 'public-private partnership' where does that leave the (neither public nor private) people of eMacambini as Mabuyakulu continues to evict in his new portfolio? http://www.dailynews.co.za/index.php?fArticleId=5069173 Solution will be found, says MEC July 06, 2009 Edition 3 Barbara Cole FINDING a solution to the controversial proposed AmaZulu World leisure and entertainment development on the North Coast was one of

M&G: Listen to the shack-dwellers

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M&G: Listen to the shack-dwellers

http://www.mg.co.za/article/2009-06-24-listen-to-the-shackdwellers Tens of thousands of shack-dwellers in South Africa are doomed to be evicted to transit camps. by Kerry Chance, Marie Huchzermeyer and Mark Hunter Last week the Constitutional Court gave the green light for the eviction of 20 000 people from Cape Town's Joe Slovo settlement to make way for the N2 Gateway Project. Most residents are to be relocated to the Delft temporary relocation area (TRA). In 2005, 2 400 families fro

Urgent Statement from Several Members of the Macambini Development Committee and the eMacambini Anti-Removal Committee

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Urgent Statement from Several Members of the Macambini Development Committee and the eMacambini Anti-Removal Committee

Sunday, 14 June 2009

Urgent Statement from Several Members of the Macambini Development Committee and the eMacambini Anti-Removal Committee

We are concerned about recent statements made by Inkosi Kayelihle Wiseman Mathaba in the media. He was quoted as saying that he is now supporting the project by Ruwaad Holdings in Dubai to build the ‘AmaZulu World’ themepark that will result in the forced removal of 10 000 families from their ancestral land.

He is not speaking for the community. He cannot represent the views of


Mercury: Who really benefits from big corporate deals?

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Mercury: Who really benefits from big corporate deals?

http://www.themercury.co.za/index.php?fArticleId=4988934 Who really benefits from big corporate deals? Elites always try to tell society that their interests are everyone's interests, but self-interested corporate propaganda is not neutral analysis May 20, 2009 Edition 1 Imraan Buccus MUCH has been said in the past few days about the last-minute bid to prevent Vodacom from listing on the JSE this past Sunday. On Monday South Africans were greeted with the news that the courts had rejected th

Sowetan: Khayelihle Mathaba arrested

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Sowetan: Khayelihle Mathaba arrested

http://www.sowetan.co.za/News/Article.aspx?id=986864 IFP man arrested at poll point 24 April 2009 Mhlaba Memela IFP strongman and member of the provincial government Nkosi Khayelihle Mathaba will appear in the Nyoni magistrate’s court on Tuesday. On Wednesday evening police arrested the leader of the Macambini tribe after he allegedly parked his vehicle and blocked access to the ZZ Mathaba Creche voting station in the area. “When police requested that he move his vehicle he refused and became viol

COHRE Letter to S’bu Ndebele on eMacambini

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COHRE Letter to S’bu Ndebele on eMacambini

16 January 2009 Mr Sibusiso Ndebele KwaZulu-Natal Premier Premier’s Office Provincial Government of KwaZulu-Natal PO Box 412 Pietermaritzburg 3200 Re: Forced eviction of 10 000 families from eMacambini for AmaZulu World Dear Premier Ndebele, The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) is an international human rights non-governmental organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland, with offices throughout the world. COHRE has consultative status with the United Nations and Observer Status with the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. COHRE work

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