Cape Town – Mayor Dan Plato has "set the record straight" on what he deemed "some media houses continuing to carry the misinformation being spread by some activist groups" over the auctioning of City-owned property.
These auctions are set to bring in about R28 million, which will go directly towards the provision of services for our residents, said Plato.
According to the mayor, this is in addition to the R1.2 billion that the City makes available for rates rebates and about R1.7 billion that it provides for residents who require indigent relief.
Before the auctioning last Tuesday, Brett Herron, Good secretary-general and an MPL, said it included public properties "that should be used for addressing an affordable-housing crisis and spatial integration"....
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