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Traders unsure about future of Greenpoint market

Informal traders are dissatisfied with the development of a new trade site that was promised to them after the Greenpoint Market was shut down in 2009 for the construction of the Cape Town Stadium. Hawkers, who had for year’s traded at the prime spot, were forced to relocate as building[…]

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Petrol bomb thrown at Cape Town MyCiTi bus

The City of Cape Town has urged the police to track down the people who stoned and then tried to petrol bomb a MyCiTi bus in Dunoon on Thursday night. “The South African Police Service (SAPS) is investigating the incident, and the outcome will hopefully shed some light on the[…]

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City relaxes level 3 watering restrictions

Cape Town has double the water it had in 2018, after another small 1% drop in dam levels as of Monday 11 March 2019. The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Water and Sanitation Xanthea Limberg has since announced a slight relaxation in Level 3 water restrictions. Residents[…]

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Water cuts expected in Atlantis

Water supply will be affected in the Atlantis area on Wednesday following a stern warning from the City of Cape Town on Tuesday which advised residents to fill containers for domestic use as pipe maintenance work will affect water supply throughout Wednesday. In a statement the City said the maintenance[…]

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