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The struggle for property ownership in New Crossroads

The 'tandpayn' that won't go away

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Josette Cole

01 June 2010

Urban LandMark

English

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Urban LandMark

South Africa

This document, written by Josette Cole of the Mandlovu Development Trust, explores the intended and unintended consequences of home ownership for poor citizens living in formal settlements in post-apartheid South Africa. It focuses on New Crossroads in Cape Town, a relatively small, urban community of 20 000 people.

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Built environment

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Human settlements

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Law

Livelihoods

Peri-urban

Rental housing

Rental tenure

South Africa

Title deed

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