Site B is a property on Cape Town's Foreshore that was sold in 2016 by the City to property developer Growthpoint. The sale was controversial because of the low price the company paid for it.

Cape Town municipality knew Site B could be sold for more but chose to sell quickly instead

Forensic investigation clears City of wrongdoing but nevertheless raises troubling questions


News | 16 August 2019

GROUNDVIEW: Cape Town property deal needs independent investigation

Growthpoint’s explanation for Foreshore property sale is unconvincing, but the City has the hardest questions to answer


GroundView | 11 July 2019

Growthpoint loses court case against Reclaim the City

Judge refuses application for final interdict against occupation of controversial land


Brief | 28 June 2019

Housing activists interrupt council meeting

Protesters demand outcome of investigation into sale of prime City-owned land to GrowthPoint


Brief | 30 May 2019

Activists battle property company over right to protest

Reclaim the City opposes interdict granted to Growthpoint Properties


News | 5 March 2019

Housing activists remove their shacks from inner city prime land

Court order brings housing protest in Cape Town CBD to an abrupt end on Tuesday night


News | 5 December 2018

Housing activists build shacks on prime inner-city land

“We are serious about decent and well-located affordable housing,” say protesters


News | 4 December 2018

City lost R140 million it could have spent on poor people, say protesters

Housing activists protest at offices of Growthpoint Properties in Cape Town


Brief | 4 October 2018

De Lille requests investigation into Foreshore property sale

Site appears to have been sold by the City of Cape Town for much less than it was worth


News | 30 September 2018

City of Cape Town fails to explain R140m property sale bungle

But there is a solution that can benefit the city’s residents


News | 20 September 2018

Did Cape Town lose millions on Foreshore land sale?

City appears to have sold property to Growthpoint for R1,880 instead of R5,000 per square metre of possible floor space


News | 13 September 2018