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NB Please check regularly as we will update with documents and links to the information you will find useful.
Please scroll down to find the current issues which are:

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DAM LEVELS ARE RISING NICELY BUT WATER USAGE IS GOING UP AGAIN TOO !

Continued savings must remain part of our long-term strategy. 

See latest Dam Levels on the City Council info-Water & Environment sub page AND also the report on what the De-Salination plants are producing.

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CITY OF CAPE TOWN 15 JUNE 2018 MEDIA RELEASE Eskom implements shock load shedding

 

Eskom has declared a power system emergency at extremely short notice and implemented load shedding for the second time in less than 24 hours. Read more on the Electricity page of this Website.

 

The City of Cape Town advises residents that it is able to operate the schedule as before, and avert low levels of load shedding if consumption remains low. Residents are however advised to be prepared for periods without power.

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Change the name of Cape Town Airport-yes or no? 

Chand Environmental Consultants were appointed by the Airports Company to engage the public regarding changing the name of Cape Town Airport.

The time period for comments expired on 6th June, and CIBRA has protested at the ridiculously short notice period of the Public meeting at the Airport as well as the short period for comments.

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City TDA notices of current applications for departures from building regulations:


(the City TDA notices are in PDF's at the bottom of this page)

However, there are NO current notifications from the City as at 18 July.