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Underground safety chambers to protect traffic signal equipment

The City of Cape Town’s Urban Mobility Directorate is piloting underground chambers for the safe storage of traffic signal controllers and uninterrupted power supply (UPS) systems at intersections prone to vandalism and theft. Two chambers – also referred to as prefabricated underground utility manholes – have been installed at an intersection in Belhar. ‘The prefabricated […]

Internal Affairs

Recreational hub for Blue Downs on the cards

The City’s Recreation and Parks Department have started a planning process to upgrade the Blue Downs sports facility into a regional recreation hub. Community members, groups and interested parties have the opportunity to comment and submit proposals until 8 December 2022. A planning process is currently under way to upgrade the facility, which comprises of […]

Internal Affairs

City invites graduates to apply for SCM internship programme

The City is looking for qualified graduates to apply for its Supply Chain Management (SCM) Graduate Internship Programme. Ten positions have been created and the closing date for applications is Monday, 14 November 2022. ‘The internship opportunities begin in February next year, for suitably qualified graduates in the fields of Finance, Supply Chain Management, Law, […]

Internal Affairs

Cape Town Disabled Open swings into action for Disability Awareness Month

The City of Cape Town partnered with the South African Disabled Golf Association(SADGA) for the Cape Town Disabled Open this week. The event is staged to coincide with Disability Awareness Month. A strong field of 60 golfers living with disabilities took to the greens of the King David Mowbray Golf Club for the second edition […]

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R2,3 billion drinking water boost in pipeline from Berg River to Voëlvlei Augmentation Scheme

Council recently approved the contract between the City of Cape Town and the National Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), which incurs a financial obligation beyond the three-year financial years, that proposes to boost supply by 40 million litres of drinking water a day from 2024/ 2025. This investment, which is estimated to cost more […]

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City warns of housing scams

The City of Cape Town urges residents to remember that they do not need to pay for a housing opportunity, to be placed on its Housing Needs Register and for property transfer services. Beneficiaries who are asked to pay in these instances are being scammed by individuals or ‘shack-farming’ syndicates. ‘If you are asked to […]