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Sunday, 25 May 2008 - 21:40

Very helpful would be companies able to donate and/or deliver food and other supplies to sites where displaced persons are staying. The following items are especially urgently:

  • Blankets
  • Toiletries, hygiene items (soap, antiseptic creams, sanitary pads, etc.)
  • Baby producsts — in particular:
    • Nappies
    • Formula feed
    • Baby food
    • Bottles
    • etc.
  • Food (esp. bread, non-perishable items like tinned food)

Very helpful would be companies able to donate and/or deliver food and other supplies to sites...

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Sunday, 25 May 2008 - 21:28

The City of Cape Town has indicated a need for translators who are able to speak one of the following languages:

  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Swahili
  • Somali
  • Arabic

If you speak one of these languages and can make yourself available, give us a call.

The City of Cape Town has indicated a need for translators who are able to speak one of the following languages:

  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Swahili
  • Somali
  • Arabic

If you speak one of these languages and can make yourself available, give us...

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Sunday, 25 May 2008 - 19:24

Approximately 10,000 people have been displaced across Cape Town by xenophobic violence

TAC and the AIDS Law Project would like to extend thanks to all of the individuals and organisations who have assisted us to provide humanitarian relief to displaced people. In particular we would like to thank Sonke Gender Justice Network and ARASA for their help in coordinating the relief effort and Habonim Dror for providing us with a constant stream of volunteers and donations of food and other necessities.

Approximately 10,000 people have been displaced across Cape Town by xenophobic...

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Sunday, 25 May 2008 - 19:20

For the last couple of days, TAC has been coordinating and receiving donations at its offices in Longmarket Street. The NEW address for drop-offs, from is: 50 Canterbury Street (off Roeland Street), Central Cape Town.

For the last couple of days, TAC has been coordinating and receiving donations at its offices in Longmarket Street.

The NEW address for drop-offs, from is: 50 Canterbury Street (off Roeland Street), Central Cape Town.

Sunday, 25 May 2008 - 17:47

We plan to run the following advertisement in major national newspapers. Sign your name to support this campaign. We are also asking prominent South Africans to sign up.

Who will protect me when someone comes to do me harm?

Stop the Violence!

If I allow Zimbabweans, Somalians, Mozambicans or any immigrants or refugees to be killed, robbed or hurt, who will protect me when someone comes to do me harm? We are all part of some group: Xhosa, Zulu, Indian, Jewish, Muslim, Lesbian, Gay, Coloured, White and Black… any of us can be attacked. The attacks on refugees and...

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