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To ensure the safety of those displaced by the attacks on people from other countries, the City of Cape Town has decided to move them from the temporary shelters in Soetwater, Kommetjie to Blue Waters.
At the Canterbury street depot one of the volunteers who was wearing the T-shirt (that was distributed at the St.George's gathering) had crossed out the word 'foreigner' and written AFRICAN - that says it all - i think any future runs of the T-shirt should do the same: show the word foreigner striked out and have AFRICAN written below.
On another note: we put down our names as volunteer drivers but have not yet been contacted. Surely there is a huge need to move supplies around? I also wonder whether children need transporting to school or to the nearest train station - especially those in high school with mid year exams coming up. Are school principles being contacted regarding the children's safety?
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