The City of Cape Town is set to meet at the end of October to discuss whether water tariffs in Cape Town should be lowered. This move comes as frustrated organizations and residents’ associations consider taking action against the City for their ‘delayed’ action. Following the substantial rains the Western[…]
Informal traders at the Grand Parade in the Cape Town CBD have shared their anguish once again at being tardily informed of trading halts. The reason for the three-day break in trading is due to a photo opportunity that is being granted by the City of Cape Town to the[…]
By Tauhierah Salie MyCiTi commuters who have bought monthly packages for the N2 Express service from Mitchells Plain and Khayelitsha will be refunded as from Friday morning. It comes after the service was suspended over the weekend, due to a contract between the City, Golden Arrow Bus Services and taxi[…]
As the City of Cape Town prepares for the Red Bull Cape Town Circuit which takes place this weekend, the City has banned local city traders from trading at the Grand Parade on Saturday. In addition to it being month-end, chairperson of the Grand Parade United Traders Association, Rashieda Muller[…]
With the recent spate of attacks on Golden Arrow buses, commuters are left fearing for their lives. In recent days, a commuter from Khayelitsha was killed during a robbery attack on a bus in Lawulo Road in Khayelitsha. Frustrated commuters have since expressed their frustration, stating they are no longer[…]
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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
A Cape Town highway, the R300, has been closed as a service delivery protest saw tyres being lit and motorists being diverted on Saturday evening. City of Cape Town traffic services spokesperson Maxine Bezuidenhout confirmed the action has resulted in the closer of both the northbound and southbound lanes. The road[…]
A man was shot dead and three others injured, including a six-year-old, in what appears to be part of an escalating pattern of shootings in Athlone, Cape Town. No arrests had yet been made for the shooting on Saturday night and the motive for the murder and attempted murders was[…]
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