Despite incidents of stone throwing in the Hout Bay area on Saturday morning, unrest in which buildings were set alight on Friday night has stabilised, according to police.
Residents clashed with the police on Friday evening and a crèche was torched, allegedly in in retaliation for the demolition of a half-built structure.
This followed an incident last week when an incomplete structure built by a resident was torn down due to it being built "illegally", the City of Cape Town said.
Last week, the police and residents also clashed after the half-built structure was torn down, News24 reported.
Last week, councillor Rob Quintas said no one was being evicted, but rather only illegal, unoccupied and incomplete structures were being demolished.