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Green News Updated October 02, 2020
The City of Cape Town has been praised for its commitment to a cleaner and better carbon neutral future for all Capetonians. Carbon neutrality means introducing new technologies to completely clean up the fuels and activities that currently cause greenhouse gas emissions that lead to global warming, while enhancing our social, economic and environmental goals. ...
Discovering Cape Town (from abroad)
Green News Updated September 28, 2020
Discovering Cape Town (from abroad) – Traveling in Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic Follow Julie, a recent graduate and first-time (virtual) tourist to Cape Town, as she discovers the City from the comfort and restrictions of her home in Oxford in the United Kingdom. Julie is not only a great Africa enthusiast but also passionate about...
Green News September 25, 2020
Platforms have been installed around Milkwood Trees, which are over 100 years old, by Cape Town’s Environmental Management Department, who recently completed a green infrastructure improvement project in Gordon’s Bay . These trees form an iconic part of the natural heritage of this popular recreation area on the coast. 
Green News September 23, 2020
The Big Issue #289, The Hospitality Issue, 9 (20 September – 19 October 2020) is available from your favourite vendor across the city and the Guest Editor is Chef Liam Tomlin who, focuses on the hospitality industry. Hospitality’s horror, anguish and hope is the lead story by Liam.
Green News September 23, 2020
This Heritage Day enjoy a FREE, fun and socially distanced VoiceMap Cape Town City Tour. It has been a challenging year for South Africans and we all deserve a little downtime this Heritage Day. The good news is that, while we look forward to welcoming back international guests when borders open in October, Capetonians won’t need...
Green News September 21, 2020
Star environmental rating from the Green Buildings Council of SA No. 6 Silo building, housing Radisson Red Hotel, receives star environmental rating from the Green Buildings Council of SA. The V&A Waterfront achieved another sustainability accolade when the Green Buildings Council of South Africa (GBCSA) handed over a plaque recognising the sustainable development...
Green News September 16, 2020
Our beautiful city has been nominated for Africa's World Travel Awards 2020 in numerous and diverse categories. "Voting closes on 24 September 2020 and I strongly urge all Capetonians to go and vote here so that we ensure our city gets the recognition it deserves", urges Alderman James Vos, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management. ...
Green News September 14, 2020
In celebration of Tourism Month, CapeNature will allow free access to selected reserves in the Western Cape for the week of 16 to 22 September. Locals and visitors are encouraged to make use of the free access week opportunity to explore CapeNature Reserves by Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, MEC Anton Bredell. ...
Green News September 09, 2020
The City of Cape Town managed Blaauwberg Nature Reserve will be taking part in the upcoming Clean-up SA week by running beach clean-ups at different locations every day between 14 and 19 September 2020. The week builds up to International Coastal Clean-up Day on 19 September where more than 700 000 volunteers in 120 countries...
Green News September 07, 2020
The City of Cape Town's libraries will celebrate National Book Week with a difference due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The annual event, from 7 to 13 September, is aimed at promoting reading and library services. ‘The joy of reading is one of the biggest gifts we can give our children as it brings with it...
Green News Updated September 03, 2020
In celebration of Arbor Month, the City of Cape Town will be planting over 200 trees and 2000 spekboom, targeting communities where there is both a need for greener spaces and a shared commitment to care for the environment. The Tree of the Year, Cape Ash, will be planted in various areas throughout the metropole. ...
Green News September 01, 2020
Total capacity of dams supplying the Cape Town metro increased to 90,7% for the week of 24 - 30 August 2020, a 2,7% rise from the 88% of the previous week. Consumption for the same period decreased by 28 million litres per day from an average of 661 million litres per day the previous week...
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