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City proposes parking tariffs to expand

The City of Cape Town has been requested to expand managed parking to areas where there is a high demand for on-street parking. ‘Managed parking’ means the City charges a tariff for the use of an on-street parking bay and that the tariff is determined by the time the bay[…]

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Water levels in Cape dams stable

The Western Cape dam levels have stabilised 66.2 percent, slight decrease from last week, but more than three percent higher than the same time last year. The dams that supply the City of Cape Town with water are on average more than 83 percent full. Provincial Environmental Affairs Department’s spokesperson[…]

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Controversial R14-bn development approved

On Thursday, October 24, the Municipal Planning Tribunal approved a R14-billion development which will go up in the Mother City’s Foreshore district. According to News24, the Harbour Arch development will be the largest of its kind in the city centre. The area where the mixed-use development will go up was[…]

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City launches pothole-repair campaign

The City of Cape Town has announced it has launched a pothole-repair campaign to sharpen its service delivery to residents. “The purpose of this campaign is to refocus on the basics of service delivery and to remind residents that we are committed to ensuring that more people experience the benefit[…]

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