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UCT GSB partners with WEF to bring YGL to the Mother City

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The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) is partnering with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to host the Young Global Leaders (YGL) Africa Education Module from 18-21 November in Cape Town for the first time. The WEF runs education modules for the YGL community and alumni groups alongside leading universities across the world.

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Grand Parade to receive R5.5-million upgrade

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Cape Town’s residents are all familiar with the Grand Parade – a wide open space that lies right by City Hall, the Cape Town Library and the Golden Arrow bus terminus. We’ve all had to walk across it at some point and been disappointed to find that its grandeur has faded.

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“Day Zero” still impacting Cape Town tourism

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Many tourists are under the impression that the crippling drought in the Mother City is still ongoing despite the dams now being an average of 73% full. In countries such as the United Kingdom and Australia, companies have not yet updated their travel advisories to reflect that the water crisis has passed, which is hurting Cape Town’s tourism and hotel industries.

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Here is your new Mayco, Cape Town

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Cape Town’s newly-elected mayor, Dan Plato, has announced the new members of his Mayoral Committee (Mayco) while retaining only two members of the old Mayco. Many Capetonians hope that the new Mayco will bring a more united Cape Town, and that it will work towards better and more efficient service delivery.

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Reduce, reuse and recycle with Hulamin

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In May this year the Department of Environmental Affairs announced on an ambitious strategy to embark on a “source to sea” initiative to combat plastic pollution.  Since then there has been an increased focus worldwide regarding packaging with South Africa being among the countries to join the Clean Seas campaign initiated by the United Nations Environmental Program.

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Manitou - Your partner in construction

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In January 2017, Manitou South Africa opened their first Manitou Centre based in Cape Town and servicing the Western Cape area. Previously allocated to dealerships in the area, Manitou decided in 2017 that in order to penetrate the potential that the Western Cape market has to offer, a more focussed approach was required and the most effective way to achieve this focus was if Manitou established a centre in the area.

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Three new retirement villages in the offing

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Three new retirement villages are to be launched by Rabie Property Group under a new brand, Oasis Life, in Cape Town over the next six to eight months at a total cost of more than R2,5billion. This follows the successful sell out of Rabie’s Oasis Luxury Retirement Resort in Century City where all 376 sectional title apartments were sold out six months ahead of the sixth and final high-rise apartment block being completed.

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Selected malls to cap parking fees

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The price of living seems to be on the rise in South Africa, so locals will welcome the news that some malls in the Western Cape plan to introduce free parking and lowered parking prices in 2019. Around this time next year, every shopping centre owned by the Redefine Properties company will probably have capped parking fees in order to provide a stronger pull for customers. In some malls shoppers could pay as little as R5 for up to four hours of parking, while other centres may have free parking altogether.

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Alien plants suck up 30% of Cape’s water

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A milestone biodiversity report for South Africa, flagged the Western Cape as the most alien plant invaded province in the country. The South Africa Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) released the first comprehensive national-scale assessment of the status of biological invasions and their management anywhere in the world.

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