DIGNITY for the Homeless in Cape Town by providing toilets and drinking water outlets

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Gill Lanham
2 years ago
We all need public toilets and water to drink - whether we have a home, or are tourists or homeless. Treat all our citizens, as if they were tourists.

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Lyn Allen
2 years ago
Vital for human dignity!

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sharon malan
2 years ago
because dignity is a small thing for every person.. the city can surely set up facilites in containers at a few locations and can charge.. 1 rand to use bathroom..

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Kate Haywood
2 years ago
So important!

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Mary Kay Villaverde
2 years ago
Basic human rights issue

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Barry Kruger
2 years ago
Everybody is entitled to clean drinking and bathing water even if the BLF says everything under the sky belongs to them

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Mary Kay Villaverde
2 years ago
Basic human right- being ignored as usual

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Mat Southwell
2 years ago
Homeless people deserve dignity and respect and access to clean drinking water is a basic human right.

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Toni Tresadern
2 years ago
I am signing because even though I realise homelessness is a complex problem, I do believe that it is not being tackled correctly by the authorities. Clean up operations are not the answer as folk will always return to the place they know as home. It is the revolving story and CoCt cannot keep chasing people from one suburb to the next, who chase them right back. It is achieving nothing. Toilet facilities are a basic human right. While I am at it, why is CoCT not doing anything about the large number of homeless people on the streets with mental health issues?

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shaun shelly
2 years ago
People complain about the stench of sewerage. Without toilets, where must people go to the toilet? We make the problem, then blame the victims for having bodily functions.