Families from a coloured community who lived for generations in Cape Town and withstood apartheid removal challenged the City of Cape Town’s policy that has forced them to leave their ancestral homes.

The city, however, told the Constitutional Court on Tuesday it did everything it could and engaged with the residents...

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