CITY

Reintegrate or be repatriated, Home Affairs warns refugees

Motsoaledi tells MPs that the countries refugees want to go to are not ready to welcome them

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News | 10 March 2020

Parkwood families await repairs to fire-ravaged council flats

Two council units in Parkwood burnt down in May and June. Residents were given containers to live in

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News | 10 July 2018

Maynard Street residents snubbed by mayoral committee members

“They are running away from accountability to the electorate” says community spokesperson

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News | 21 May 2018

State of the art library to open in Dunoon

Libraries in poor communities have to be built from scratch

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News | 16 May 2018

Cape Town councillor promises new social housing by 2019

Activists vow to continue occupying Helen Bowden Nursing Home and Woodstock Hospital

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News | 11 May 2018

Violent clashes between Mitchells Plain and Siqalo residents

30 people arrested for public violence

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Brief | 2 May 2018

Anger over 10,000-seater stadium for Observatory

“We want development that supports the area,” says resident

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News | 11 April 2018

Grand Parade Traders squeezed by City

Barricades in preparation for cycle tour are ruining business while vendors still have to pay rent

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Brief | 6 March 2018

One-year-old, R12 million Atlantis park vandalised

Residents say the community has other priorities

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Brief | 28 February 2018

Foreshore development was one of the reasons for De Lille fallout

Plans pushed through by senior official, claims mayor’s executive director

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News | 26 February 2018

Residents object to R1.6 million fence for Wynberg Park

City says it is going ahead but will assess the fence route and meet the community

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News | 15 November 2017

Philip Kgosana honoured in Cape Town

De Waal Drive renamed after struggle veteran

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Brief | 13 October 2017

De Lille urges: Build better homes for the poor

City agreement with developers expected to fast track land approvals and rezoning for affordable housing

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News | 12 October 2017

Retreat residents want City to dump rubbish site plan

Cape Town plans to greatly expand its drop-off facility for bulky waste and recyclables

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News | 25 September 2017

City of Cape Town to provide eight new spaces for homeless people

Councillor admits current law enforcement approach a “lost cause” that’s “foolish” to continue

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News | 15 September 2017

Cape Town parking marshals made to work through storm

“We are staying in shacks. We don’t know what is going to happen at home”

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Brief | 7 June 2017