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1 Sep 2023

Call on residents to participate in crafting of spatial vision for Cape Town CBD

The City of Cape Town is embarking on a process to develop a local spatial development framework (LSDF) for the Cape Town…

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19 Apr 2023

City disappointed by delay in CBD unlawful occupations matter due to late notice to oppose

A Johannesburg-based NGO has filed an eleventh-hour notice to oppose the City of Cape Town’s Western Cape High Court…

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19 Apr 2023

City reassures residents that Cape Town’s water is safe to drink

Cape Town’s drinking water goes through strict, rigorous treatment to ensure it is safe for the public to drink and use, even…

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19 Apr 2023

When it rains it pours: How to report stormwater flooding

The recent rains we have experienced – while welcome in our water-scarce region – have revealed the extent to which illegal…

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3 Apr 2023

Mayor Hill-Lewis tables Cape Town’s ‘Building Hope’ Budget for 2023/24

Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis today tabled Cape Town’s ‘Building Hope’ Budget for 2023/24,with the draft now open for…

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24 Mar 2023

City sits down with local tourism operators to talk energy plans

This week, the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth, Alderman James Vos; Mayoral Committee Member for Energy,…

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13 Mar 2023

Cape Town’s load-shedding protection plans on track

Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis says the City of Cape Town is on track with plans to protect residents from the first four…

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6 Mar 2023

Cable theft arrests on the rise

A review of statistics over a seven-month period shows a significant increase in cable theft arrests by the City’s Metal Theft…

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2 Mar 2023

City encourages recycling SMMEs to attend information session

Small to medium enterprises (SMMEs) in the recycling and waste minimisation sector have the opportunity to attend an…

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2 Mar 2023

City plans R230m in Safe Space expansions and operations

Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis has announced plans to dramatically raise budgets to expand dignified transitional shelter…

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13 Jul 2021

Vaccination myths cannot be tolerated

With an average of more than 1 500 new Covid-19 cases a day currently in the metropole, Cape Town cannot afford for its…

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30 Jun 2021

Adjusted Level-4 regulations

The amended regulations, gazetted on Sunday 27 June 2021, have a number of implications for the City’s Community Services and…

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30 Jun 2021

Public reminded to comment on draft Outdoor Advertising By-law

The City of Cape Town wants to remind residents and interested and affected parties to comment on the draft Outdoor Advertising…

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28 Jan 2021

City appeals the restaurant rescue project

According to the most recent analysis of the impact of the current national Level 3 lockdown measures, one in six jobs in the…

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15 Jan 2021

Call to extend curfew

Statement by the city’s mayco member for economic opportunities and asset management, Alderman James Vos I have written to Dr…

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10 Dec 2020

City postpones festive summer markets indefinitely due to covid-19 resurgence

In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 during a period of resurgence, the City of Cape Town has taken a difficult…

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10 Nov 2020

City urges commuters to refrain from illegal parking within the CBD

The City of Cape Town urges motorists to abide by the on-street parking bay rules in the CBD. The City’s Transport Directorate…

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17 Sep 2020

Mayor Plato welcomes move to alert level 1

The move to Alert Level 1 of the national lockdown will bring much needed relief to many of our residents who have been limited…

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7 Aug 2020

Iconic Cape Town ‘Red Bus’ gets back on the road

I am very happy to confirm that the iconic City Sightseeing ‘Red Bus’ will be back on the road from tomorrow, 8 August 2020. It…

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3 Aug 2020

Second waves of infection elsewhere show we cannot be Covid complacent

With the COVID-19 caseload slowing in the metropole, international experience has shown that Cape Town cannot afford to rest on…

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3 Aug 2020

City engages tourist guides on best safety protocols

The City of Cape Town recently engaged with key tourist guides and industry specialists to determine and confirm the…

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23 Jul 2020

Additional vehicle licensing and cash offices opened

The City of Cape Town has opened additional customer cash and motor vehicle registration and licence (MVRL) offices in Fezeka…

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16 Jul 2020

20 Motor licensing, cash offices open thus far, reduced staff

The City of Cape Town has opened 20 customer cash and motor licence offices across the metro thus far. The City will…

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13 Jul 2020

City parks to be opened immediately

Following remarks made by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his address to the nation last night, he indicated that the long…

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9 Jul 2020

City allocates more than R13 billion to help Cape Town through tough times

From July, the City will allocate more than R13 billion towards Cape Town’s COVID-19 assistance and economic recovery. During…

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