From Maboneng in Johannesburg to Woodstock and Salt River in Cape Town, cases of the poor being pushed out to the fringes of cities is fast becoming a feature of urban planning in South Africa and many cities globally.
In this seminar with urban land justice activist Gavin Silber, we look into the forces behind urban displacement, the role of the state in providing affordable housing and prospects for organising against the power of private developers and financiers.
Friday, 07 October 2016
14h00 – 16h00
Tshisimani Centre for Activist Education
1 Batten Lane
(next to Forest Hill and opposite the Viljoenhof CPUT residences)
021 685 3516/8