The developers of a R4.5bn office park, the City of Cape Town, a group of First Nations People and the Western Cape government have lost the right to appeal against an urgent interdict stopping construction, which was to include low-cost housing and a public park.

This means the ban remains in place and the 750 workers on site remain unable to work pending a review of the project. That could mean an entirely new legal process.  ..

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