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CCID LAUNCHES HOPE FOR THE HOMELESS CAMPAIGN
3 Aug 2020
Giving the gift of hope to the Cape Town Central City’s homeless community amidst a ravaging pandemic and harsh winter conditions is the main aim of the Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s Hope for the Homeless fundraising campaign which was launched today.
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LANDLORDS AND TENANTS NEED TO WORK TOGETHER TO SURVIVE COVID-19
14 Jul 2020
Cooperation and support between commercial landlords and tenants in Cape Town’s CBD – from rent relief measures to the successful implementation of Covid-19 protocols – are ensuring South Africa’s most successful CBD will survive the dramatic economic knocks of the coronavirus pandemic and harsh lockdown restrictions.
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CCID LAUNCHES TEAM TO SANITISE CBD
7 Jul 2020
Keeping the Cape Town CBD safe and clean has taken on a new meaning for the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) with the launch of a special free sanitising project aimed at disinfecting public spaces.
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THE CCID’S TOP FOODIES’ GUIDE TO FAVOURITE RESTAURANTS IN THE CBD
29 Jun 2020
It’s green for “Go!”. Restaurants finally have permission to open their doors to sit-down visits from patrons. Here at the Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID), we’re proud of how the many eateries and restaurants in the Cape Town CBD have managed to ride out the Covid-19 storm with entrepreneurial flair, hard work and sheer grit.
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CRIME IN CAPE TOWN CBD STILL AT A RECORD LOW
18 May 2020
Crime in the Cape Town city centre during Level 4 of the nationwide lockdown has dropped by 73 % across all crime categories compared with the number of incidents recorded this time last year, according to statistics released by the Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) Safety & Security department.
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Armed robbers caught in Cape Town CBD with cigarette cartons worth thousands of rands
7 May 2020
Armed robbers who thought they had hit the jackpot today when they stole cigarettes worth tens of thousands of rands from a Cape Town CBD convenience store were promptly nabbed by Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) Public Safety Officers and arrested by SAPS.
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HOW YOU CAN HELP CAPE TOWN’S HOMELESS
7 May 2020
Cape Town City Centre NGOs, businesses and residents have joined forces to offer an extraordinary lifeline to the CBD’s homeless community as the extended lockdown wreaks havoc on their existence. But while efforts to alleviate the plight of street people when it comes to food, limited shelter and social services have been laudable, there is still a huge need. Here’s how you can help.
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STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF SHAUN JOHNSON
26 Feb 2020
It is with shock and sadness that the Board of Directors, CEO and management of the Cape Town Central City Improvement District have learnt of the untimely death of Shaun Johnson.
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CCID CELEBRATES ITS STRAATWERK ROAD MAINTENANCE TEAM’S 10TH ANNIVERSARY
26 Nov 2019
Keeping the City Centre in tip-top shape is no easy feat, but in the past 10 years they have cleaned storm water drains 34 860 times, painted 5 200 road markings and done over 9 300 road maintenance repairs. And that’s just the beginning.
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CCID CELEBRATES 19th CLEAN AUDIT IN A ROW IN A TOUGH ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
19 Nov 2019
Maintaining the success of the Cape Town CBD in a depressed economic environment was paramount to ensuring it continued to attract all-important investment. This is the view of Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) Chairperson Rob Kane, who was speaking at the company’s 19th Annual General Meeting, held in Cape Town last night.
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