There is a serious possibility that our water will run out
City of Cape Town calls on residents to intensify their efforts to save water and to take responsibility for reporting contraventions in their community.
Despite a promising few weeks over the Christmas period where overall water consumption moved close to targeted levels, data for the last week shows that demand on our potable water supply is once again on the rise.
Residents as a whole used an average of 859 million litres per day for the week of 2 – 8 January 2017.
About 180 vendors with a variety of products on offer
The focus will be on whole families enjoying an evening out together, with entertainment zones catering for young and old.
‘This year’s summer market in the Company’s Garden will be different from past markets in that the focus will be on whole families enjoying an evening out together, with entertainment zones catering for young and old.
City of Cape Town urges residents and visitors to use public transport as far as possible during the festive season.
Road users should note that the City will intervene to alleviate traffic congestion along the Atlantic Seaboard as from mid-December 2016 until the first week in January 2017, and that these interventions may affect those travelling in private vehicles in particular.
Transport for Cape Town (TCT), the City’s transport authority, in conjunction wit
Artificial pitches are a low-maintenance and water-wise alternative
City of Cape Town has installed a state-of-the-art synthetic soccer field in Atlantis, bringing a much-needed recreational facility to the local community.
A synthetic soccer field is not only water-wise, but is robust enough to be used throughout the year.
The new facility in Atlantis boasts a FIFA 1-Star full-sized soccer turf with a drainage system (a requirement according to FIFA specifications). The total cost of the synthetic soccer field was just over R8,5 million.