The ANC government came to power in 1994 and has had to come to grips with many economic, social and political challenges it inherited from the apartheid regime. A majority of the people were marginalized and subjected to poor standards of living in areas that were inadequately provided for in terms of basic services. One of the biggest challenges the new government is facing is the delivery of services especially housing Poor policy implementation continues to complicate the existing problems. Other issues which contribute to service delivery crisis include lack of public participation, insufficient funds to meet these huge demands, inadequate skilled human resources. The book critically examines the extend to which poor policy implementation has affected the provision of housing in Khayelitsha with focus on the respective stakeholders. The stakeholders in question include housing services beneficiaries, councilors, community based organizations, financial institutions and the department of housing, all of whom are expected to play a vital role regarding housing delivery according to government policies.