Spray parks are one of the City of Cape Town’s most innovative recreational spaces.
The City’s spray parks are all set and ready to welcome children on hot summer days. This summer, families can visit one of the City’s five spray parks situated in Valhalla Park, Nyanga, Khayelitsha, Ocean View and Scottsville.
As part of Cape Town’s ongoing commitment to marine and environmental sustainability, a high visibility multi-agency policing operation will be conducted for the opening of the West Coast recreational rock lobster season.
The recreational WCRL season opens on Sunday 15 November 2015 and closes on 28 March 2016.
In her November 2015 Cape Times column, Cape Town Partnership CEO Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana explains that social cohesion is not possible when people are alienated from the CBD.
On Wednesday, 21 October, I was sitting in a restaurant a few blocks away from our Bree Street offices. Despite the slight wind, it was one of the truly spectacular days of the year, balmy, bright and beautiful that heralded the arrival of spring after a long winter.
City of Cape Town is committed to make the city a digitally inclusive one and to lay the foundation for residents to economically thrive on a global scale.
City of Cape Town has so far laid more than 650 000 metres of fibre-optic cable that has created a very high-capacity Metro Area Network. This roll out has helped to connect 240 City buildings and 50 Western Cape Government buildings.
In addition to the operational efficiencies brought about by the expansion of the City’s network capaci
Khayelitsha teacher, Brenda Skelenge, is curating the biggest public arts festival that her neighbourhood has ever seen at Moholo Live House, writes Valeria Geselev.
Backed with a vision, patience, dozens of artists and support from UCT, she turns a small restaurant into The Harare Academy of Inspiration. On the menu: free daily workshops, exhibitions, live music, dance performances, history lectures and sex education.
Lucinda Jolly reviews Karoo Disclosure, a collaborative art installation investigating fracking at Iziko Natural History Museumthat closes on November 15.
“Few men are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their colleagues, and the wrath of their society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence.