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Water Supply Maintenance in Camps Bay Postponed to 2nd February 2024

Photo of Camps Bay by Sebastian Canaves.

CAMPS BAY – The planned water supply maintenance in Camps Bay, initially scheduled for 1st February 2024, has been postponed to 2nd February 2024. The City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate will be undertaking crucial work in Camps Bay, resulting in temporary water supply disruptions. The City apologizes for any inconvenience caused and emphasizes the importance […]

Urgent Evacuation Underway as Pringle Bay Faces Escalating Fire Threat

Pringle Bay

PRINGLE BAY – In a swift response to the intensifying wildfire threat, Pringle Bay is currently undergoing evacuation as local authorities grapple with challenging conditions that have evolved rapidly. The decision to evacuate was prompted by a series of ongoing challenges that have put the suburb at considerable risk. Yesterday evening, the municipality dispatched firefighting […]

Cape Town Celebrates Clean Audit Success and Impressive Service Delivery in 2022/23

Photo by David Ritchie.

In a significant achievement, the City of Cape Town has once again received a clean audit for the financial year 2022/23, reinforcing its commitment to fiscal responsibility and good governance. Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis expressed his satisfaction with the Auditor General’s positive opinion, emphasizing its crucial role in effective service delivery. The City’s draft annual report […]

Advancements in River Health Monitoring: CoCT’s Scientific Services Now Better Equipped

City's Scientific Services Team

In a significant stride towards preserving the ecological integrity of Cape Town’s water bodies, the City’s Scientific Services branch, situated in Athlone, has bolstered its capabilities to assess river health. Ten adept staff members from the City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate have successfully undergone accreditation testing, enabling them to employ the South African Scoring System […]

Cape Town Encourages Residents to Embrace Composting and Food Gardening in 2024

Mayoral Committee Member for Urban Waste Management, Alderman Grant Twigg at a community garden.

In a bid to combat food waste and promote sustainable living, the City of Cape Town’s Urban Waste Management Directorate is urging residents to embark on a journey of self-sufficiency in 2024. The call is for residents to explore the benefits of composting and food gardening to divert food waste from landfills. Aimed at reducing […]

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