The Struggle at Kwa-Masisa Hostel in Sebokeng

by Siyabulela Hulu
(Tokologo African Anarchist Collective)

KwamasizaIn September 2002, residents of Kwa-Masisa Hostel in Sebokeng faced evictions by the so-called new and private owners. They resisted and won. But since then, the hostel has been abandoned to its fate. Today the struggle for secure tenure, decent conditions and control continues.

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Stop Evictions, Stop the State, Defend the Working Class and Poor

By PITSO MOMPE
(Tokologo African Anarchist Collective)

B0856D149945CA9BB73B6286345D8BForced evictions are a violation of human rights that requires urgent global attention. In 2008 between 30 and 50 million people in 70 countries worldwide lived under constant threat of being forcibly evicted (according to the International Alliance of Inhabitants).

Those that are most affected are working class people and peasants living in poverty. It’s always the poor who are evicted.

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