A disabled Mr Banjatwa moves from a shack to a house

TweetEmail TweetEmailHousing is one of our biggest crises. We face a massive housing deficit. Everyday we work to reduce that deficit. The results are slow but every now and again …

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The collapse of rail transport is a crime against the poor!

TweetEmail TweetEmailThis morning (30 November) Brett Herron (Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development Authority Cape Town) went to assess the conditions for commuters travelling to work each day …

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Saving Cape Town’s public transport

TweetEmail TweetEmailEvery day, Cape Town’s activity is brought to a frustrating standstill due to excruciating delays on its public rail network. Metrorail’s subpar performance has imperilled the viability of entire …

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Western Cape High Court scraps Winelands Toll Road project

TweetEmail TweetEmailOn Wednesday 30 September 2015 the Western Cape High Court upheld the City of Cape Town’s application to review and set aside certain decisions that led to the proposed …

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Ward funding project completed: Dog & Owner Drinking Fountains

TweetEmail TweetEmailA dog and owner drinking fountain were recently added to the Arnold Street Dog Park in Observatory and to the Queens Park Dog Park in Woodstock – these were …

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