Ngeyi said the council had worked to get people off the street, but found they returned because of donations from residents.
“On the one hand, some residents complain and on the other, residents willingly give to people living on the streets, and this is a big problem for us as the city. We find that when we do remove people they return not after long because they know they will receive things here.
“We told residents in Royal Ascot the same thing and we know which houses are leaving food out. We urge residents to give responsibly, for example to a soup kitchen. They must refrain from putting out food.”...
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