In Cape Town Slum, Attempting To Use Toilets Can Be Life Threatening, TRF Reports

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Dying for a pee: Cape Town’s slum residents battle for sanitation
“…Part of Khayelitsha, one of the world’s five biggest slums, Endlovini is home to an estimated 20,000 people who share just 380 or so communal toilets. However, [some families] live in an area where there are no easily accessible toilets at all — and according to the community, residents have literally been dying for a pee…” (Totaro, 10/12).

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