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In short, the reality which Ashton’s letter and Swimmer’s article bring to public attention is a permanent reality – regardless of which party is currently in power. It requires more Capetonians to participate in their ratepayers’ associations, and to support the Greater Cape Town Civic Alliance as a countervailing power, to make democracy work for all of us.

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Uitkamp row heads to court

The Durbanville Community Forum has vowed to fight the state’s decision to approve development on “historic” farmland outside the urban edge.

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Green light for Uitkamp

TygerBurger November 30, 2011 Esme Erasmus

“It is a

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Democratic? Alliance?

The South African Civil Society Information Service

Opinion: Democratic? Alliance?



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Cape Town passes development buck

Cape Town reconsiders approval for Durbanville property development

 



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Cape Town tight-lipped over controversial Durbanville development

Cape Town tight-lipped over controversial Durbanville development

Cape Argus

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DCF WARNS OF URBAN EDGE FREE-FOR-ALL

Chairman musters support in fight against Uitkamp decision

TygerTalk

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Mayco approval of development queried

Open criticism of DA decisions by supporters

Cape Argus

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