Wanted for his involvement in wide scale evictions; wasteful expenditure; and prioritizing the interests of the wealthy.




ADDRESS: An undisclosed location in Ward 57, Cape Town


  1. The ongoing, wide-scale eviction and displacement of long standing, poor residents in Woodstock, Salt River and Zonnebloem.

  2. The wasting of millions of rands on non-essential projects.

  3. Giving priority to the interests of wealthy developers over those of lower income, working class citizens and tenants.

  4. Imposing decisions that imapct communities without public consultation.

  5. Attempting to evict families along South Road to make way for a MyCITI route.

DESCRIPTION: A known social butterfly with an insatiable compulsion advance his career and a pathological bias toward protecting the interests of the wealthy and disregarding the needs of the poor; intolerant, arrogant, patronizing and delusional. DO NOT APPROACH!


About xcollektiv

In an age where the function of art as a statement and act of resistance is arguably more necessary than ever before, the role of the artist as activist and revolutionary is of vital importance if we are to retain any hope of significant social change. The Xcollective is a creative incubator for collaborative multi-disciplinary projects by visual-artists, writers, filmmakers and performers who are exploring issues of dispossession, trauma, memory and resistance through their work. Our aim is to facilitate and initiate projects that pose questions and draws attention to issues and to connect with ordinary lives through public creative processes. Our intention is to weave an 'in-cooperative' expression that will be comprised of and will infiltrate different media spaces: to reach neglected audiences, and build community and agency around issues of individual and collective importance. The Xcollective's processes are exploratory, (R)-evolutionary, multi-and-inter-disciplinary; and informed by a fomenting creative multilogue. The Xcollective aims to promote the joint ownership of the humanness of community through its participatory creative expression.
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