The third issue is out: The grassroots are talking once more

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Ayanda Vena from uTshani Buyakhuluma reports about dire living conditions in Athlone, Cape Town

The new and third issue of the community newspaper uTshani Buyakhuluma is being distributed to informal settlements all over the country. 6000 copies tell more stories about  the work of the South African SDI alliance to strengthen the voice of the urban poor: communities mobilizing  for basic service delivery and upgrading, accounts of disasters, evictions and other land struggles, reports about learning exchanges between slum dwellers, and enumerations done for capacitated negotiations with government partners.

To download a copy of the new issue please click here or go to “Docs” on www.sasdialliance.org.za