The City of Cape Town’s Transport and Urban Development Authority has commenced with various roadworks in the Table View and Flamingo Vlei areas. The roadworks will continue until the end of May 2018, from 07:30 until 17:00 on weekdays.
A roads project to the value of nearly R22 million will commence in Gugulethu by mid-May. The purpose of the project is the upgrade and rehabilitation of eight concrete roads, dating from the 1960s when the apartheid government used rigid concrete for the construction of roads in the Cape Flats.
The City of Cape Town regrets to inform commuters that the MyCiTi service remains suspended until further notice. The nationwide strike action is still ongoing, and as such the MyCiTi buses are not operating.
On 25 April 2018, Council approved the City’s revised Municipal Spatial Development Framework (MSDF) which pursues a new spatial form for Cape Town. The MSDF provides policy certainty to private and public developers, and prioritises public expenditure on an Urban Inner Core. It further seeks to curb urban sprawl by focusing on inward growth and transit-oriented development accompanied by higher densities and land-use diversification.
"I strongly disapprove of the National Treasury’s unilateral decision to cut the City’s Urban Settlement Development Grant (USDG) funding by R176 million for the current financial year, which comes to an end on 30 June 2018."
The City of Cape Town wants to inform commuters that the MyCiTi service remains suspended until further notice. It is still unclear when the nationwide strike action will come to an end, and as such the MyCiTi buses are not operating.
Ms Johanna Kannemeyer, a 61-year-old domestic worker who has been living in a backyard in Gugulethu, finally has a home she can call her own. City officials stepped in and assisted Ms Kannemeyer after she lost her battle against those who occupied her state-subsidised house in 2007.
The City of Cape Town wants to inform commuters that the MyCiTi service will remain suspended until further notice. None of the MyCiTi buses will be operating due to the nationwide strike action continuing.
The City of Cape Town, in partnership with Mosaic Work, is giving youths from Manenberg and Gugulethu an opportunity to showcase their mosaic artwork on the facades of the new housing units. The inspiring artworks, next to the Housing Estate office in Manenberg, face Govan Mbeki Drive and will be visible to the wider community. The artists, aged between 18 and 30 years, were selected from the Expanded Public Works Programme database and include two community members with hearing impairments.
The City of Cape Town wants to remind commuters to make alternative traveling arrangements because the MyCiTi service will be suspended as from midnight tonight. No MyCiTi buses will be operating due to the looming nationwide strike action.