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Minister Simmers engages backyarders at housing summit

29 August 2019

Today, Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Tertuis Simmers addressed backyard dwellers at the Western Cape Housing Summit. This summit was called for by the South African Human Rights Commission and held at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town. Read More

Minister Linidiwe Sisulu fails to clarify redirection of national owned land

27 August 2019

Western Cape Minister of Human Settlements, Tertuis Simmers says the national government has still not committed to revealing whether the five pieces of well-located land in Cape Town, have been redirected for human settlement development. Read More

Minister Simmers serves clients at Human Settlements helpdesk

20 August 2019

Today, Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Tertuis Simmers, lent a helping hand, when he assisted various clients at the Department’s Help Desk. Read More

Good’s Brett Herron misleading public about acquisition of Racing Park

18 August 2019

Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Tertuis Simmers, says Good Party’s Brett Herron is blatantly misleading the public in stating that the Western Cape Government (WCG) acquired the Racing Park property in Killarney Gardens at the inflated... Read More

Minister Simmers hands over 50 title deeds in Delft

13 August 2019

Today, Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Tertuis Simmers, handed over 50 title deeds to residents of Delft. Read More

Planned shutdown should not infringe on rights of others

7 August 2019

Western Cape Human Settlements Minister, Tertuis Simmers says the proposed “shutdown” by certain Cape Town communities should not infringe on the rights of others, particularly those who might need to get to work, school, health facilities or any... Read More