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Transport for Cape Town (TCT), the City’s transport authority, has commenced with a transport study in the suburbs of the far south. The purpose of the study, among others, is to determine the current and future access needs within, to, and from these suburbs and to identify interventions to improve the worst congestion points in the short-term.

The study is being conducted over a period of eight months and the information gathered will be used to develop a comprehensive transport plan for the area south of the Silvermine mountain range, inclusive of the following suburbs: Muizenberg, St James, Kalk Bay, Clovelly, Fish Hoek, Sun Valley, Sunnydale, Noordhoek, Capri, Masiphumelele, Ocean View, Kommetjie, Misty Cliffs, Scarborough, Red Hill, Dido Valley and Da Gama, Simon’s Town, and Glencairn. Continue reading

The 73 arrests during the past few days included seven suspects apprehended for possession of illegal firearms and 55 for drunk driving. Read more below:

The City of Cape Town’s Metro Police and Traffic Services Departments arrested 73 suspects during operations in the last few days.

The Metro Police Gang and Drug Task Team’s K9 Unit reacted to a shooting incident recorded by the Shotspotter system in Matilda Road, Manenberg in the early hours of Thursday 11 August 2016. Upon investigation, they spotted two suspects who ran when they saw the officers. One of the suspects was arrested at a house in the area. Further investigation revealed a 9 mm firearm on the premises, 64 rounds of ammunition and one firearm magazine. Officers took a further six suspects into custody, aged between 19 and 36.

A few hours later, the same unit arrested another suspect in Manenberg after confiscating a firearm found in his possession. Continue reading


Note to editors: the following speech was delivered by City of Cape Town Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille, today, 11 August 2016, at the inaugural Council meeting of the new term of office.

Premier of the Western Cape, Helen Zille

Members of the Provincial Cabinet

Leader of the opposition, Mmusi Maimane

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Liberty Promenade Generation Green Recycled Fashion Show to showcase the school-based design talent

Event: Liberty Promenade Generation Green Recycled Fashion Show

Date: Saturday, 20 August 2016

Time: 12 to 1.30pm

Venue: Liberty Promenade Shopping Centre, Mitchell’s Plain

Cost: Free to attend

Cape Town, August 2016 — Talented young designers from schools across Mitchell’s Plain will converge on Liberty Promenade Shopping Centre at midday on Saturday, 20 August 2016, with an important social message: “drugs is trash”.

The centre’s annual Generation Green Recycled Fashion Show will see 20 schools going head-to-head in a competitive fashion show featuring unique outfits designed by the schools themselves, with the caveat that they must incorporate recycled materials in their design. Continue reading

With the winter cold and rain making life more arduous for the less privileged, Pam Golding Properties is making a difference by co-ordinating a street store initiative that will offer everything from free clothing and food to yoga classes and the chance to mark the occasion at a photo booth.

Working with several committed and experienced not-for-profit organisations and sponsors, this innovative event will be held at the Claremont Civic Centre on Friday 19 August from 10.30 onwards. A smaller satellite event, offering clothing, food donated by Pick n Pay Fish Hoek, and a photo booth, will take place simultaneously in Muizenberg at the Living Grace Rehabilitation Centre.

“Working with the founders of The Street Store concept, we are encouraging the public to donate clothing in good condition to Pam Golding offices by Monday 15 August, or at the Claremont Civic Centre on the day,” explained André Verheem, Pam Golding Properties branch systems and social media coordinator. “These will be attractively styled in a pop-up store and shelter residents and others in need may select what they require.” Continue reading

Cape Town Comedy Club is open five days a week, WednesdaySunday. Comedy nightly from 8.30pm, doors open 6pm

On for the next 2 weeks at Cape Town Comedy Club …


Monday 08th August 2016

HEADLINE: Shimmy Isaacs & Tracy Klass
MC: Mel Jones
SUPPORT ACT: Monique Nortjé (JHB) & Claudine Ullman (JHB)

DJ: Shane

Tuesday  09th August 2016


Wednesday 10th August 2016

HEADLINE: Shimmy Isaacs
MC: Tracy Klass
SUPPORT ACT: Monique Nortjé (JHB) & Claudine Ullman (JHB)

Thursday 11th August 2016

HEADLINE: Shimmy Isaacs
MC: Tracy Klass
SUPPORT ACT: Monique Nortjé (JHB) & Claudine Ullman (JHB)


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The City of Cape Town is shocked and saddened by the murder of one of its Law Enforcement Officers.

Officer Julian Davidson was shot dead in Lower Crossroads just after 21:00 on Friday.

The 30-year-old Officer was ambushed by a group of suspects while sitting in a marked Law Enforcement vehicle, waiting for a colleague.

It’s understood the perpetrators fired a number of shots at Officer Davidson through the side window of the vehicle.

The City conveys its deepest condolences to the family of Officer Davidson. We will assist them in any way possible through this very difficult time.

The Hawks are investigating the incident and we call on members of the public to come forward with any information that could assist in bringing those responsible to book.

The City Manager has also authorised a R50 000 reward for information in this regard.

(South Africa, August 2016) The Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and the Cape Wheel hosted a special cheque handover event at the V&A Waterfront recently, where R500 000 was donated to Laureus as part of the ‘Turn for Good’ fundraising initiative.

Earlier this year, Laureus SA and the Cape Wheel launched the ‘Turn for Good’ fundraising project where the Cape Wheel agreed to donate R5 from every Cape Wheel ticket purchase for an entire year towards the Foundation.

Funds raised through the ‘Turn for Good’ project will be used to support various projects funded by the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation. The Foundation currently supports and funds 20 projects across South Africa using sport as a means to combat some of the world’s toughest social challenges facing young people today, such as; HIV/AIDS, discrimination, social exclusion, lack of education, and health problems such as obesity. Continue reading

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