A website and memorial benches have been unveiled at Jubilee Square in Simon's Town in Cape Town to mark the forced removal of people during the apartheid era.
Simon's Town was declared a white area in 1967 although forced removals started taking place two years earlier Residents from Luyolo, Red Hill,
Dido Valley and Glencairn were relocated to the Cape Flats.
Spokesperson for the Simon's Town Museum, Margaret Constant, says the launch is a special occasion.
" It's all got to do with the forced removals about five thousand people got forced removed out of Simon's Town and every other 24th September we have heritage celebrations we lay wreath at the beginning of Jubilee Square, and then they decided the program wag n bitjie benches was made to commemorate the force removals so that when people visit Simon's Town and they see the benches they wanna know what it's all about "