Ghost town

Community Alerts/Rapule Moiloa/Soweto-Gauteng/14/02/18

As human beings we are for ever moving from place to place and where we can settle that’s where we live either alone or with the family and these will not stop but continues till something good happen in life, meaning financially to have a proper house or adequate homes.

Till that happens many will find shelter or build shacks next to streams or mine dumps without thinking about the problems that will be encountered while living there

The people here lives on wet land next to the stream because there are reasons it could be they from the homelands, unemployed, don’t qualify for an RDP house then find themselves living along streams, it’s not a big number but there’s a health problem. By Rapule Moiloa