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Cape Town named the sixth cheapest city to relocate to in the world

Anyone who is lucky enough to call Cape Town home – whether temporarily or permanently – knows that it’s a beautiful city. The majestic mountains, white-sandy beaches, and rolling vineyards are...

City prioritises public transport, road maintenance to drive urban regeneration in next financial year

The City of Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Alderman Dan Plato, emphasised that public transport infrastructure and maintenance of Cape Town’s road network remain the top spending priorities for the Transport Directorate...

Annual budget: City continues to prioritise support for residents amid ongoing Covid-19 impact

Speaker, let me start today by welcoming you to your new position, and congratulating you for taking up this key seat in our council. I am confident that your 26 years...

City calling for nominations, applications for planning tribunal

The City of Cape Town is calling for applications and nominations for members to serve on the Municipal Planning Tribunal (MPT). The MPT is mandated to consider and decide on land...

City’s Strategic Business Partners secure R11bn in investment, 7 600 jobs despite lockdown

Between January and December 2020, the City’s Strategic Business Partners (SBPs) collectively facilitated R11,27 billion worth of investment, created 7 631 new jobs and trained 2 932 people. The City of Cape...

City to impose social distancing at picnic spots, braai areas in reserves

The City manages 21 nature reserves that are very popular destinations, particularly over weekends and on public holidays. Apart from the normal activities such as hiking, and water activities, some reserves have...

The decline and fall – one in five municipalities in a state of collapse

by Jordan Griffiths, First published by The Daily Maverick on 06 October 2020. THE collapse of a local municipality is easy to spot. The first warning signs always come from the finance departments. It...

City makes the case against increases in Cape Town port tariffs

The Mayoral Committee members for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management Alderman James Vos, and Transport, Alderman Felicity Purchase, have written to the national Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula, and the Ports...

City clamps down on Illegal dumping

The City of Cape Town spends almost R380-million yearly to eradicate illegal dumping yet the issue persists. They are now planning to issue heavy fines for people caught illegally disposing of their litter. Within...

City to build new CBD walkways worth R40-million

New pedestrian walkways will line the city centre from mid-August 2020, as part of the City of Cape Town’s new project. The project, which is planned to be completed within two...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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