A Fish In A Tin


The government fails to deliver permanent housing to people evicted to build a road.

 A community was evicted from the Siyanda informal settlement, Durban (South Africa) in March 2009 in order to allow the construction of a road. One of the conditions of the eviction order was the provision of permanent housing within a year. That was two years ago. In February 2012, the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa filed a motion requiring that permanent housing be provided. This is a companion video to DEAR MANDELA.
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Aug. 4, 2012, 7:21 a.m.
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Director: Dara Kell
Christopher Nizza
Country: South Africa
Language: English/Zulu with English Subtitles
Year: 2012
Producer: Dara Kell
Christopher Nizza
Official site: Dear Mandela Official