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WCLA Imposes Almost R7 Million in Fines on Liquor Outlets Across Western Cape

Photo by Sérgio Alves Santos.

The Western Cape Liquor Authority (WCLA) has slapped liquor outlets with fines totalling just under R7 million to curb non-compliance with licensing regulations. Between November 1, 2022, and November 24, 2023, the WCLA conducted extensive inspections and issued 169 fines across the province, with 49 fines amounting to R2.1 million directed at license holders in […]

Cape Town Takes Aim at Illegal Connections: Smoking Out Unlawful Stormwater and Sewer Links

Mangaliso Qolo, from the Water Pollution Control branch, conducting smoke detection testing in Gordon’s Bay for ingress into the stormwater system.

In an unwavering commitment to preserving the integrity of municipal stormwater and sewer systems, the City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has intensified its efforts to eradicate illegal connections. Spearheading this initiative is the dedicated Water Pollution Control Unit, employing cutting-edge smoke-detection technology to trace pathways and pinpoint unauthorized links. The City’s proactive […]

Cape Town Explores Future of Coastal Waste Disposal

Cape Town Explores Future of Coastal Waste Disposal

Workshop Discusses Feasibility Study and Costs CAPE TOWN – The Water and Sanitation Directorate, in collaboration with the Section 79 Water and Sanitation Portfolio Committee and the Section 80 Mayoral Advisory Committee for Inland Water Quality, recently conducted an interactive workshop to deliberate on a feasibility study and associated costs regarding the future of three […]

Mitchells Plain Residents Celebrate as Title Deeds Handed Over

Deed Beneficiaries of Mitchells Plain.

In a significant milestone for Mitchells Plain, the City’s Human Settlements Directorate continues to make strides in the provision of homeownership opportunities. Following the success of the Festive Deeds Challenge last year, the Directorate, led by Mayoral Committee Member for Human Settlements, Councillor Carl Pophaim, celebrated another round of title deed handovers in Tafelsig on […]

R1.25 Million in Fines: CoCT Issues 980 Penalties for Waste Violations in Festive Quarter

Report Illegal Dumping.

In a determined effort to maintain cleanliness and enforce waste management regulations, the City of Cape Town’s Urban Waste Management by-law enforcement unit has been unyielding in its pursuit of a cleaner city during the festive season. The last quarter of 2023 saw a staggering 980 fines issued, totalling R1.25 million, targeting various offences such […]

Planned Water Supply Maintenance in CPT from 6 to 8 February 2024

Photo by Imani.

In a statement released by the City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate, residents in certain areas of Cape Town are advised to prepare for planned water supply disruptions from 6 to 8 February 2024. The maintenance work is crucial for the enhancement of water supply infrastructure, benefiting customers in the long run. Zero-pressure Tests and Conditional […]

Cape Town’s February Fiesta Kicks Off with a Bang

Cape Town’s February Fiesta Kicks Off with a Bang

Cape Town is set to embrace a vibrant and eventful February, capitalizing on the beautiful summer weather that graces the Mother City. The City of Cape Town is throwing its support behind an impressive lineup of 21 diverse events taking place throughout the month, showcasing the city’s prowess in sports, arts, entertainment, and business. The […]

Cape Town Joins Forces with Comic-Con for Thrilling Trilogy of Pop Culture Extravaganza

Cape Town Joins Forces with Comic-Con for Thrilling Trilogy of Pop Culture Extravaganza

The City of Cape Town has officially teamed up with Comic-Con Cape Town for a dynamic trilogy of pop culture events, solidifying their partnership with a resounding Council resolution on event sponsorship. The City’s Events Department has received approval to enter into a three-year agreement, marking the beginning of a collaborative journey that will see […]

Cape Town Streamlines Development Queries with Single Phone Number

File photo of Cape Town CBD.

The City of Cape Town has simplified building and development inquiries by introducing a centralized phone number. Residents and developers can now dial 021 401 4702 for all related questions, streamlining a process that was previously more complex. “We want to make doing business with the City as easy as possible,” said Alderman Eddie Andrews, […]

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