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city-of-capetownCITY NEWS
12 September 2018
City of Cape Town
Khayelitsha residents enjoy their new sport and recreation centre
The Solomon Mahlangu Sport and Recreation Centre was recently opened in Khayelitsha. The centre is able to accommodate various activities such as soccer, netball, basketball and traditional games. To mark the occasion, a service delivery expo was hosted in the centre to engage with residents on issues such as housing and water demand management.

Various road closures will be in place to accommodate the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon on 22 and 23 September 2018.
Media and news
Eagle-eyed CCTV operators take a bite out of crime

City to spend more than R50 million on clinic construction and upgrades

Trees count in more ways than one this Arbor Month

City proposes disbursement of funds to minstrel associations

Rail system in jeopardy as PRASA fails to pay to protect rail commuters in Cape Town

First-time property owners celebrate receiving title deeds for their Pelican Park homes


22 - 23
Sanlam Cape Town Marathon, V&A Waterfront
Participants can take part in different races which includes the following distances: 42,2 km, 10 km or 5 km. The marathon will start at the V&A Waterfront and end at Vlei Road, outside Cape Town Stadium.
Heritage Month event, Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre, Langa
The Guga Art Crafters, in collaboration with the City of Cape Town, will host a cultural exchange between the senior citizens and youth of Langa. Please RSVP to reserve your booking.
City of Cape Town
A thanksgiving prayer service was held recently on Table Mountain to thank the interfaith community for their prayers following the recent much-needed rains that Cape Town experienced.
Water restrictions and tariffs to drop to level 5 (amended)

Water restrictions and associated tariffs will be lowered from 1 October 2018 as Cape Town’s dam levels are nearing 70% of storage capacity. This is due to good rainfall and the phenomenal conservation efforts by Capetonians.

The amended level 5 restrictions include;

  • The daily water use target for each person will be increased from 50 litres to 70 litres per person per day
  • The collective consumption target (for the City as a whole) will increase by 50 million litres to 500 million litres to ensure that water conservation efforts remain in place
  • This will bring tariff relief of between 26,6% and 70% per kilolitre of water depending on the use and tariff category

We ask all Capetonians not to ease up on their water-saving efforts; we still have a long summer ahead.

For more information, tips and resources, visit our ThinkWater page.

City of Cape Town
The Old Granary Building is part of Cape Town’s rich cultural heritage. The recently restored 200-year-old building now houses the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation as well as a permanent heritage exhibition that is open to the public. Celebrate Heritage Month between 1 and 30 September by visiting the Old Granary building in Buitenkant Street.
Have Your Say

Comment on Tenders 179Q-2016-17 and 84Q-2016-17 related to construction at Zandvliet Wastewater Treatment Works
27 July - 25 September 2018

Comment on the contract relating to Conradie Better Living Model Exemplar Project
10 September - 12 October 2018

Comment on the City’s proposed intention to incur long-term debt
31 August - 25 September 2018

Comment on the Draft Municipal Sport’s Facilities Policy
31 August - 30 September 2018


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