Rubble cleared after Masiphumelele blaze
30 trucks will be used to clear rubble left behind by a massive fire in the informal settlement.
The cause of the blaze is still unknown.
Disaster Risk Management spokesperson Wilfred Solomons-Johannes says the City of Cape Town expects to use 30 trucks to clear up the fire debris.
Several community members lost all their possessions.
Residents have been trying to salvage what they can.
At least six people, including a firefighter, were treated for smoke inhalation on Firday.
Meanwhile, retail giant Pick 'n Pay have set up donation collection points at several of its branches in the southern suburbs in aid of Masiphumelele residents.
Pick 'n Pay's Marketing Manager for the Western Cape, Mark Jennings, says every donation will help.
"Our hearts really go out to the victims of the fire. 200 [of those left homeless] are babies and stormy weather and rainy conditions have been predicted which just compounds the absolute misery."