A group of refugees at the Paint City site in Bellville has reportedly been thrown out of the main camping site over internal friction between the groups.
According to News24, this comes as the City of Cape Town is seemingly struggling to find a solution for the refugees who have been temporarily housed at two sites.
The report said at least 20 men, 20 women and 62 children claimed they were not allowed to use the water and toilets at the Bellville facility.
They are part of at least 600 refugees who were removes from Greenmarket Square nine moths ago.
Last year, the Parliament’s portfolio committee on home affairs expressed concern over the living conditions at the temporary shelters for refugees in Cape Town.
Times Live quoted the committee at the time as saying the conditions were abysmal, as they placed the lives of the refugees in danger.
“… they do not conform to the generally accepted living standards of human beings,” the committee was quoted as saying.