We have nowhere to go: Cape Town refugees

File: The refugees have been staying at Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town.

File: The refugees have been staying at Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town.AFP/Rodger Bosch

AFP/Rodger Bosch

JOHANNESBURG - Refugees in Cape Town say they have nowhere to go.

This comes after Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi gave them until next Friday to reintegrate into communities or be deported.

READ: Reintegration process not easy, Cape Town refugee says

The refugees have been staying at Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town.

They were moved there during the hard lockdown last year.

But, the refugees insist a solution must be found for them before they can be evacuated.
 

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