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What Cape Town’s new number plates will look like

The Mother City will soon have to move over to a new number plate system and locals will have to say goodbye to the CAA number plates. A provincial gazette published this...

City of Cape Town has “no intention” of implementing Aarto Act

The City of Cape Town has opposed the controversial Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, with a court application to interdict its implementation, and it is reported that Aarto...

City of Cape Town proposes fund to kickstart flagging film industry

As part of the City’s attempt to revive the once thriving film industry in the Mother City, Cape Town has proposed a Film Fund to support development and empowerment in the...

City appoints first female assistant chief in Law Enforcement

The City of Cape Town's Safety and Security Directorate has appointed the Law Enforcement Department's first female assistant chief, Marilyn Holding. Holding, who also creates wedding gowns in her spare time,...

City of Cape Town’s costly ‘dodgy’ land deal in spotlight

The DA has come under fire for purchasing land in Dunoon for R64 million to appease its constituencies in an affluent suburb, where the City of Cape Town already owns land...


Substantial cost savings achieved as Konecranes upgrades old Wolff Crane

A 35 T/15 T Wolff Crane, that was installed in a local metal plant in 1989, was recently upgraded by Konecranes. The modernisation of...


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