South Africa: Cape Town gentrification destroys lives of the poor

Property developers buying and renovating old buildings are driving up prices and rents. Some poor families in Cape Town face being moved out, and it's evoking painful memories of apartheid in South Africa.

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    South Africa: Cape Town gentrification destroys lives of the poor.

    Property developers buying and renovating old buildings are driving up prices and rents.

    Some poor families in Cape Town face being moved out, and it's evoking painful memories of apartheid in South Africa.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Wolf River, Cape Town.


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