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Tag: city

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...

City appeals to government to reopen parks and beaches

The City of Cape Town is joining the call to reopen beaches, parks and reserves following the announcement of new regulations applicable to Level 3 lockdown. Newly gazetted regulations now allow the...

The City of Cape Town’s 2020/2021 annual budget – getting through the COVID-19 pandemic...

Councillors, city officials, residents, members of the media, today, in these unprecedented times, I table the City’s annual budget before council. Doing so via Skype is a new approach for all us,...

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Fishing rights: lines are taut

THE delayed FRAP (Fishing Rights Allocation Process) appears to be increasing anxiety levels in the local fishing sector – especially amongst the larger players,...

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