The journey to formal recognition

NAVUTU is essentially a community of labour descendants living on the fringes of tenancy. As fourth-generation residents relate, their families have occupied the scenic waterfront stretch for about 100 years, but their classification as an informal settlement has triggered the uncertainty of dispossession. ONE day, the maintenance crew stopped coming around. At first, it seemed […]

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