During Apartheid the workers in the mountain retreat town of Hogsback were not allowed to own their own property. They had to reside on their employer’s properties or commute from the Ciskei homeland in the valley below.
Since the early 1990’s the workers in Hogsback have been trying to get the go ahead for a low cost housing development but continue to face delays and legal challenges. The Legal Resources Centre is representing the Hogsback workers in negotiations to find a suitable site for the low cost housing development.
©Zute & Demelza Lightfoot / Legal Resources Centre