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Thousands of clients visit the City of Cape Town’s 18 Driving Licence Testing Centres (DLTCs) every week for all card renewals, driving licence and learner licence tests. Additional clerks have been appointed to reduce lengthy queues. Read more below:

‘The City of Cape Town’s Traffic Service has started the roll out of additional clerks at our DLTCs. Three started work in January with 13 more due to start on 1 February,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security, Alderman JP Smith.

Last year it was announced the service would increase its administrative staffing complement at some of its busier centres with a R4 million injection to improve services.

There are 18 centres around the metropole that administer learner and driving license applications, as well as replacement and renewal of documentation and payment of fines, among others.

The City’s busiest centres are Gallows Hill, Hillstar, Kuils River and Bellville. Any further appointments were allocated on a priority basis at other DLTCs.

Earlier today Alderman Smith paid a visit to the Parow DLTC.

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INCLUDES ALL-STAR CAST OF A-LIST ARTISTS. ALBUM EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY DJ KHALED

 NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO “MUEVELO” BY NICKY JAM & DADDY YANKEE OUT NOW

(January 8, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA) – Maintaining the energy and action synonymous with one of the big screen’s most explosive franchises ever, We The Best Music Group and Epic Records unleash the Bad Boys For Life Original Motion Picture Soundtrack on January 17, 2020. It arrives the same day Bad Boys For Life—the third installment in the legendary Bad Boys (directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah; producers: Will Smith, Jerry Bruckheimer, Doug Belgrad) series starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence—opens in theaters everywhere.

In order to lock and load a blockbuster compilation worthy of the on-screen action, the filmmakers and Sony Pictures Entertainment tapped GRAMMY® nominated multiplatinum artist, music executive, innovative influencer, mogul, and mega-producer DJ Khaled as executive producer. Lending his magic touch to the project, he tapped some of the hottest names across hip-hop, pop, reggae and Latin to collaborate and deliver one banger after another.

This time around, he embraced the role of C.E.O. and label boss to assemble a powerhouse soundtrack. “I’m honored to have this soundtrack on We The Best Music Group as this is the first release of 2020 with more to come this year.” said DJ Khaled. Now, the album boasts brand new music from the likes of Meek MillCity GirlsRick RossRich The KidJaden SmithBuju BantonPitbull, and more.

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Pic: Stormers Twitter

Pic: Stormers Twitter

A 28-man DHL Stormers squad will get a thorough work-out against four different teams on Varsity Day at Florida Park in Ravensmead on Saturday.

In the first pre-season fixture of the 2020 Vodacom Super Rugby campaign, the extended squad will face University teams UCT, Maties, CPUT and a DHL WP XV as part of a festival of rugby hosted by Tygerberg RFC.

Gates at Florida Park will open at 09h30 on Saturday morning and the DHL Stormers squad will play their first period against CPUT at 13h30, followed directly by 20 minutes against DHL WP XV at 14h00.

The players will then take a break as the Varsity teams battle it out amongst each other, with the final two 20-minute periods against UCT and five-time Varsity Cup champions Maties ending the day.

Entrance on the day at Florida Park will be R20, with parking also R20. The non-playing DHL Stormers will have a signing session at 14h30.

In the 28-man squad for the four 20-minute periods are several players with Vodacom Super Rugby experience such as Jean-Luc du Plessis, Godlen Masimla, Chad Solomon, Ernst van Rhyn, Ali Vermaak, Chris van Zyl and Leolin Zas, as well as former Springbok Hilton Lobberts who has returned to the Western Cape to play club rugby.

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There is a kaleidoscope of fun filled activities available for kids at The Boardwalk this festive season. Kids under 12 can join the Holiday Club to enjoy hours of fun and games in a safe environment. Located at the Kids Corner in The Boardwalk’s retail area, the Holiday Club is available daily from 4 December 2019 until 14 January 2020 (excluding Christmas Day).

There will be an array of entertainment such as craft work, games, kiddies’ movies, a jumping castle, face painting, electronic games, children’s racing games and other indoor activities. For R150, children can enjoy eight full hours of jam-packed entertainment and some light snacks. There is also a four hour package available for R80 per child (excludes snacks).

Other fun, family friendly activities at The Boardwalk include:

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STATEMENT BY THE CITY’S MAYORAL COMMITTEE MEMBER FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES AND ASSET MANAGEMENT, ALDERMAN JAMES VOS

According to recent statistics, the Cape Town International Airport (CITA) has contributed R4,7 billion to the South African economy. Of this, R2 billion went towards the income of South African workers, supporting 43 608 direct and indirect jobs.

At the annual Feather Awards Ceremony this morning, I had the opportunity to pay tribute to the incredible team who make the airport a success. Our globally competitive airport is often recognised for service excellence and has been awarded the most accolades in Africa.

It is a pleasure to partner with CTIA to help deliver on this consistent world-class performance.

My priority, for the past year, has been to position my portfolio as the City’s growth directorate. This means that we focus our energy on attracting investment, which in turn creates jobs and leads to economic growth.

A key driver of growth through tourism and trade is what I have termed the ‘Blue Economy’ that encompasses both the aviation and ocean economies.

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The festive season is the time for family-styled fun at The Boardwalk. From 9 to 15 December 2019, there will be an entertaining puppet show for the little ones to enjoy. The puppet show organised by The Boardwalk in conjunction with Obed Productions will be at 13h00 at The Boardwalk Amphitheatre. Tickets will be available at the door and cost R20 each. Proceeds will be donated to Khayalethu Youth Centre.

Other fun, family friendly activities at The Boardwalk include:

Speedway Go-Kart Track – an action-packed grand prix track for emerging speedsters situated behind Vodacom Amphitheatre. Minimum heights apply. Trading hours: 15h00 to 23h00 on Fridays. 10h00 to 23h00 on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Magic Company – an amusement arcade with the latest computer and simulation games. Kids can choose from go karts, mini golf, bumper boats and a 3D/4D motion theatre. Trading hours: 10h00 to 22h00 from Sunday to Thursday. 10h00 to 00h00 on Fridays and Saturdays.

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Free Live Music Concerts at the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre

TAKE THE STAGE PRESENTS: The Pebble Shakers

Date Saturday, 21 December 2019

Venue V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre

Cost Free

Performer The Pebble Shakers

19h00

The Pebble Shakers will take you back into the era of Swing at the V&A Waterfront’s Amphitheatre from 7pm. The group of talented jazz musicians will pay tribute to Swing legends such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Benny Goodman on Saturday, 21 December.

TAKE THE STAGE PRESENTS: Mandisi Dyantyis

Date Saturday, 28 December 2019

Venue V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre

Cost Free

Performer Mandisi Dyantyis

19h00

Port Elizabeth born music composer, arranger and producer, Mandisi Dyantyis will have the audience in awe on Saturday, 28 December at the V&A Waterfront’s Amphitheatre. Mandisi played the trumpet from the age of eight and studied Classical music throughout his school career. He achieved a BMus Honours Degree in Jazz Studies at the University Of Cape Town in 2005. Mandisi has since shared the stage with artists such as Jimmy Dludlu, The Abdullah Ibrahim Big Band and Robbie Jansen to name a few.

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The countdown to the end-of-year summer break has begun, but it’s also the season when many South Africans fall prey to tummy bugs, unexpected colds, migraines and other nasties which can spoil the holiday fun.

Alisha Mackintosh, Allergy and Immunity Portfolio Manager at Pharma Dynamics says it’s likely that certain changes in our routine may be to blame.

“During the holidays we travel more, eat out-, shop- and party more. We stay up late and are perhaps a little more relaxed about hygiene, which can weaken our immune system and make us more susceptible to viruses and bacteria.”

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