Cape Town Stuff!
A year since the devastating South Peninsula fires in March 2015, the City of Cape Town’s Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Volunteer Unit today took receipt of seven new fire skid units – a donation made possible by the generosity of residents and corporates who donated funds to a radio-thon spearheaded by Primedia Broadcasting in the aftermath of the fires. The volunteer unit received just over R400 000 of the funds raised and used this donation to acquire the fire skid units. Continue reading
The City of Cape Town’s Health Directorate calls on the public to report health-related concerns about services and goods acquired from businesses and retailers, including spaza shops.
Today the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Health, Councillor Siyabulela Mamkeli, visited a number of spaza shops in Manenberg to ensure compliance and raise awareness about the regulations and legislation that shop owners have to abide by. City Health has in the past received reports of unhygienic conditions and concerns have been raised about the sale of expired goods. Continue reading
CAPE TOWN, SA: Abalimi Bezekhaya has partnered with Green Monday South Africa, a new initiative launched by Humane Society International (HSI) that aims to improve animal welfare, human health and environmental sustainability. Green Monday encourages consumers to leave meat, dairy and eggs off their plates for one day a week, and replace it with delicious plant-based alternatives.
To help the Northern Suburbs take part in this fun and delicious movement, Harvest of Hope (HoH) will now also be offering fresh, organically-grown veggies to consumers living in the Durbanville and De Tyger areas once a week (on Tuesdays). Harvest of Hope already provides this popular service to a variety of other suburbs in Cape Town. Veggie lovers in the Northern Suburbs can now order and collect their fresh weekly greens at iNkosi Eco Lodge, who has also joined the Green Monday movement. Continue reading
TMT Services and Supplies was awarded the contract for the completion of the outstanding works to supply, install, test, commission and maintain the MyCiTi Control Centre hardware, software and related systems in April last year. This system is collectively known as the Advanced Public Transport Management System, or APTMS.
During the first three months of the contract, TMT Services and Supplies had to establish the status quo of the entire system. Since then, they have commenced with the process of gradually reinstating the hardware, software and related systems needed to make the control centre fully operational. Continue reading
Two adult males were shot dead and two others, an adult male and female were rushed to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. The shooting incident occurred in Grindal Avenue, Lavender Hill at 17:30 on Tuesday afternoon. Both the deceased sustained gunshot wounds to the head.
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On for the next 2 weeks at Cape Town Comedy Club …
LINEUP SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
Wednesday 02nd March 2016
HEADLINE: Hannes Brümmer (JHB)
MC: Carl Weber
SUPPORT: CJ Benson
OPEN MIC: Simmi Areff (JHB)
Thursday 03rd March 2016
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Note to editors: the following speech was delivered by the City’s Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille, at the Cape Town Climate Change Coalition last week. The forum includes role players from the City of Cape Town, the Western Cape Government, civil society and business to discuss collective actions needed to address climate change effectively.
In December I participated in a number of events in Paris at COP21, specifically dealing with the role that cities can play in pushing a more ambitious agenda on climate change. Continue reading
Woodstock Live, Sunday 20 March 2016
Trafalgar Park, Woodstock.
Presented by the Kaggen Music & Film Trust Continue reading
Street soccer players, B-Boys and graffiti artists will be taking over a secret location in Cape Town on the 5th of March of a raucous night of art, Hip-Hop and soccer hosted by Fives Street ambassadors Youngsta and Chad Saaiman. Now in its third year the event fuses soccer and street culture, bringing Capetonians an action packed mix of movement, music and spectacle.
“ISPS Handa, in collaboration with Fives Futbol, Black Wolf Agency, Red Bull, Happy Socks, PES2016, Zootee Studios, Shelflife and adidas, is proud to be part of an incredible event that brings soccer to the city in such a dynamic, culturally relevant way”, says Dr Haruhisa Handa, CEO of ISPS Handa (International Sports Promotion Society) – a non-profit organisation that aims to increase welfare through sport. Continue reading
Monday, 29 February 2016: To celebrate the month of love, and the fact that 2016 is a leap year; Smile Breakfast with Bobby Brown and Lindy Hibbard made a Cape Town couple’s dreams come true today when they hosted a surprise engagement at the One & Only Resort, Cape Town as the last chapter in the Smile Breakfast “Take the Leap” campaign.
Lindy Hibbard, Smile Breakfast co-presenter, accompanied Carien de Jager from Durbanville, who was pre-selected by the Smile Breakfast team to meet her then boyfriend (now fiancé!), Marcel van Tonder, at the One and Only Resort situated at the V&A Waterfront for a beautifully planned secret proposal, complete with a live broadcast by Smile 90.4 FM from the Vista Bar with romantic red flowers and sparkling champagne.
The hotel’s Vista Bar, with its large 2-storey windows forming a picturesque backdrop of Table Mountain, created the perfect setting for Carien to pop the question in the spirit of the leap year, and propose to her forever man, Marcel. Continue reading