Internal Affairs

City ready for Cape Town Sevens comeback

The Cape Town Sevens – the best live experience in South Africa – returns this weekend after a two-year forced hiatus with some of the most exhilarating rugby action, wonderful fan experience and live entertainment at the DHL Stadium from 9 – 11 December 2022. Read It’s all systems go for the first HSBC Cape […]

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Battery powered traffic signals impacted by Stage 4 load-shedding and above

Nearly 75% of signalised intersections on the City of Cape Town’s road network is equipped with Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) systems. Unfortunately, the UPS batteries do not have sufficient time to recharge when Eskom implements Stage 4 load-shedding or above, as is currently the case. The City’s Urban Mobility Directorate has, over the years, invested […]

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Another 160 social housing units approved and 300 more shelter beds for central Cape Town

Below is an extract from today’s Council Speech delivered by Cape Town Mayor, Geordin Hill-Lewis. Click here to read the full speech. Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis announced another milestone for affordable housing land release today, with the City’s Earl Street property in Woodstock set to be advertised tomorrow, 9 December, for public comment on […]

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City advises of water supply disruptions in Simon’s Town and Dido Valley

The City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate is currently doing emergency repairs on the 300mm diameter water main to Simon’s Town and Dido Valley. This has resulted in the disruption of the water supply to the Simon’s Town and Dido Valley areas. The City sincerely regrets any inconvenience caused, but it is imperative that it maintains […]

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Council adopts Diep River Estuary Management Plan

Statement by the City’s Deputy Mayor and Mayoral Committee Member for Spatial Planning and Environment, Alderman Eddie Andrews Earlier today, at its last meeting for 2022, the City of Cape Town’s Council adopted the Diep River Estuary Management Plan that was published for public comment and input earlier this year. We will now submit this […]

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Report electricity infrastructure theft and vandalism to the City

The City urges members of the public to help us bring an end to electricity infrastructure vandalism by reporting to the City and the South African Police Service (SAPS). A recent incident of High Voltage (HV) cable vandalism in Cape Town’s Central Business District will cost the City an estimated R6 million to repair. The […]