- Seven of us that name as current and gain half of a collective known as “We Stare You” occupied an Airbnb in Camps Bay.
- Their aim was once to make a decision consciousness about inequalities in Cape City and to level to team spirit with other land occupations in the metropolis.
- They had been ordered by the courtroom to vacate the property by midday on Thursday midday and obeyed the narrate.
A neighborhood of seven of us that name as current and gain half of a collective known as “We Stare You”, occupied an Airbnb in Camps Bay as half of a deliberate demonstration to plot attention to wealth inequalities in Cape City, specifically in phrases of housing.
“We took an action that was once volatile. It was once controversial but moreover a really strategic and suave capacity to deem how we utilize land. There are vacant properties in every single save Camps Bay. This one is owned by somebody who lives in but any other country. Or no longer it’s one of their investments…” talked about activist and artist Sarah Summers.