S. Africa relocates some poor people in Gauteng

In three years, Isaac Mbatha got used to the lack of space, running water and electricity in a tent he shared with his wife and three children in Wilgespruit, a township on the outskirts of Johannesburg.

But he never got used to the rain. The coronavirus brought an unexpected respite to those harsh sleepless nights.

Since the pandemic, 70 families have been re-housed for free in nearby wooden chalets.

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