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city-of-capetownCITY NEWS
15 May 2019
Susan Jantjies is committed to fighting crime. The 62-year-old established the Echo Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) in Delft more than 15 years ago and currently the organisation has more than 30 members.
Susan Jantjies is committed to fighting crime. The 62-year-old established the Echo Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) in Delft more than 15 years ago and currently the organisation has more than 30 members. For her ongoing commitment to keeping her neighbourhood safe she won this year’s Neighbourhood Watch Member of the Year Award. Susan also works closely with other NHWs and has been instrumental in getting 14 of them accredited with the Western Cape Department of Community Safety. The City’s Neighbourhood Watch Support Programme was introduced to help register, train and equip neighbourhood watch members. Find out more about NHWs or view the full list of winners.

Water pressure management is scheduled to take place at certain times in the Table View, Durbanville and surrounding areas on Thursday,
16 May 2019.

Media and news
Dam levels decline 0,5% for the week of 6-12 May 2019

City’s mobile office takes customer relations to communities

Mayor Plato takes clean-up campaign to Lwandle and Khayelitsha

City mulls a ‘fresh coat’ to curb bark stripping

Cape Town winner in City Nature Challenge thanks to residents

Cape Town Executive Mayor Dan Plato wishes all Muslims well over the holy month of Ramadaan

Belhar-Pentech BNG housing project residents receive keys

New truck gears up to clear blockages in winter


17 MayInternational Museum Day, Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre, King Langalibalele Road, Langa
In celebration of International Museum Day, the Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre will host a panel exhibition that reflects the history of the Old Post Office in Langa. The event starts at 10:30 and is free, with entertainment provided by various well-known local artists. Please confirm your attendance by sending an email to
23 MayAfrica Day, Hugo Lambrechts Auditorium, 20 Picton Street, Parow
Listen to three different African storytellers during this diversity showcase in honour of Africa Day, which will be celebrated on Saturday, 25 May. The event starts at 17:00 and entry is free. Please confirm your attendance by sending an email to
2 JuneRed Bull F1 Show Run, between Christian Barnard and Adderley Street
Capetonians have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see British
Formula 1 racer David Coulthard, race live. Supported by the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team, Coulthard will take to the city’s streets from 12:00 – 17:00. General access is free and limited grandstand tickets can be purchased here.
9 JuneDivas and Maestros, City Hall
Local singing sensation Karen Kortje will perform alongside Camillo Lombard and saxophonist Don Vino Prins, as well as the winners from The Overberg’s Got Talent competition and more. Kortje will also launch a not-for-profit organsiation in her name, dedicated to making music programmes accessible to marginalised youth. Tickets to the concert cost between R160 – R180 and can be purchased here.
Fine-free week

Fine-free week is back but with a difference. For the first time, children up until the age of 17 will be able to return overdue books, escape getting fines and get back in the good books of their local library. To make use of this opportunity, simply visit your local librarybetween 3-8 June 2019.

cautionDID YOU KNOW?

You can send us your sustainable energy solutions

The City wants to create a more resilient future by improving our energy security and lowering our carbon emission footprint. If you have information, ideas or project proposals that you think could help us achieve this vision, we want to hear from you.

Download and read the full Request for Information (RFI) Notice. Visit the City’s website for further information on how to submit your proposals.

Submissions close on 14 June 2019.
Buy a City rental unit

The City’s Public Housing Department is offering qualifying tenants the opportunity to become the owners of the rental dwellings they occupy.

More than 9 000 Council-owned rental properties are on offer under the City’s rental sales programme. They include a selection of free-standing and semi-detached houses, terraced or row houses and maisonettes across the city, in areas such as Gugulethu, Valhalla Park, Mitchells Plain, Heideveld and Nyanga, among others.

Financial assistance is also available to qualifying tenants, to help cover a portion or all the cost associated with the purchase price, rental and service arrears.

After the properties are transferred to the new owner, they become a financial asset which can either be sold to earn a profit or added to the property owner’s estate so that it can be included in a will.

If you have been living in a City rental property and want to check whether you and your property qualify, look out for the MyEstate mobile office in your area or visit your nearest housing office, with the following:

  • A payslip not older than three months
  • An affidavit, if unemployed
  • Proof of self-employment and six months’ certified income and expenditure statements
  • A confirmation letter from the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) if you receive a social grant
  • Identity documents for you and your spouse if applicable
  • A marriage/divorce/death certificate

Register your solar PV system before 31 May 2019

If you have a solar photo-voltaic (PV) system installed in your home or business, you are required to register it with the City of Cape Town on or before 31 May 2019. There is no charge for registering, but a non-compliance fee is payable after the deadline. Your PV system may also be removed if it does not meet the prescribed installation standards. View the video for details:
Register your solar PV system before 31 May 2019
Clearing stormwater system ahead of winter rains

Roads in certain areas across Cape Town are prone to flooding during the rainy season. The City is doing all it can to clear blocked stormwater drains, caused by illegal dumping, ahead of the winter rains but we also need the valuable support of our residents.

You can help by:

  • clearing your driveways, pavements and gutters from fallen leaves and rubble
  • not dumping objects into stormwater drains – including household waste, rubble and substances such as vehicle oil.
  • reporting a stolen or damaged drain cover by logging a service request or calling the City’s call centre on 0860 103 089 or the Transport Information Centre on 0800 65 64 63.

Please include your name and contact number and the exact location of the blocked/damaged drain or flooded area to help us respond faster.

Applications for YouthStartCT closing soon
Applications for YouthStartCT closing soon

You have until Sunday 19 May 2019 to submit applications for the YouthStartCT Entrepreneurial Challenge. The competition is open to entrepreneurs who are between 18 – 35 years and who have a great business idea that falls into one of the following categories:

  • App development
  • Hydroponics
  • Social development
  • Water-savings

Visit for more information or to apply.

Have Your Say

Comment on the proposed Cape Town Resilience Strategy by 14 June 2019

Comment on tender 198C-2017-18 relating to the provision of professional business planning services by 26 May 2019

More than 200 nurses from across the city took part in a walk through Parow North to commemorate International Nurses' Day
Nursing is the heartbeat of healthcare and the nurses at our City clinics continue to serve everyone, their communities, families and co-workers. Some have worked in the same clinic for between 20 and 35 years, helping us to address some of the most pressing health challenges in our communities – in spite of some very trying circumstances. In a bid to honour their commitment and excellent service delivery, theCity's Health Department hosted a special event on 12 May 2019. More than 200 nurses from across the city took part in a walk through Parow North to commemorate International Nurses' Day.

Customer Call Centre
0860 103 089

107 (Landline)
021 480 7700 (Mobile)


The City of Cape Town has a new Service Delivery and Complaints Centre: 

Accounts and General Enquiries, such as Water, Electricity, Solid Waste, Accounts Enquiries, Valuations, Creditors Accounts, Traffic Fines, Motor Vehicle Registration, etc|  or @CityofCT on Twitteror phone 0860 103089 (between 07:30 to 17:00).

This C3 electronic reporting system ensures that your contact is logged & a reference number will track progress.You can also log it yourself:


Enquiries and/or complaints regarding :Burst and Leaking Water Mains, Faulty and Leaking water meters, Blocked and overflowing sewers, etc. can also be sent via SMS to 31373 | Electricity fault reporting, Power outages; Pre-paid meter queries can also be sent via SMS to 31220.


All Emergency complaints should be directed to the Public Emergency Communications Centre (PECC), also called 107, on the telephone number 107 (from a landline), 021 480 7700 from a cellphone or @pecc107 on Twitter.

They record and track all calls and will immediately mobilise the correct emergency service(s).

The City has a dedicated 24hr HOTLINE for Displaced Persons (aka vagrants, street people)  - 0800 87 22 01