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Members of the Cape Chamber of Commerce & Industry are anxious about being able to afford high rents and City Council rates as the economy shrinks.
Prasa aims to pay R22 million to the City of Cape Town by March 15, 2020.
The City of Cape Town’s Fire and Rescue Service has responded the fire in Delft South.
Residents of Ward 42 in Gugulethu in Cape Town say they have become mosquito food after an infestation of insects at the nearby canal, which has not been cleaned for almost a year.
A roof has been blown off a building in Bo-Kaap and another from a property in Gardens. A tree was uprooted in Rylands.
The City of Cape Town has informed residents that prepaid electricity meters will be offline for a few hours in mid-January, due to maintenance.
Water quality results at Bakoven, following a sewage discharge during load shedding, indicate that the water is within the acceptable guidelines for recreational use as stipulated by the Department of Environmental Affairs.
The Western Cape High Court has heard the City of Cape Town's application for an urgent interdict against foreign nationals living in a church, but believes a meeting should be held to find an overarching solution.
The constitutional right to housing does not mean people can choose exactly where the house is or what type of house it is, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday.
The City of Cape Town has backed down on its decision not to have designated fireworks sites this year, after receiving complaints from the Hindu community.
A City of Cape Town traffic officer has denied assaulting a blind man and arresting him for drunk driving.
Fingers are crossed that a meeting between Transport Minister Fikile "Mr Fixit" Mbalula and high ranking Western Cape government officials will get Cape Town's MyCiTi N2 Express back on the road again.
More than 150 firefighters are battling a fire in Noordhoek, Cape Town, which flared up at around 06:00 on Monday, according to City of Cape Town fire and rescue service spokesperson Jermaine Carelse.
The City of Cape Town has refused to say how many shacks were demolished in Zweledinga informal settlement in Khayelitsha at the weekend.
The City of Cape Town will soon begin 'enforcement operations' against the group of refugees camping outside the Central Methodist Church in Greenmarket Square, says Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security JP Smith.
The City of Cape Town has withdrawn its application for an urgent interdict against a group of refugees in and around the Methodist Church on Longmarket Street.
Drunken brawls have broken out at Cape Town beaches as bathers attacked authorities who confiscated liquor during bylaw enforcement operations.
The long-awaited Tafelberg case has ended after five days of arguments in the Western Cape High Court.
Heavy rainfall and flooding has been predicted for the western parts of South Africa as a cold front is set to hit.
There has been a largely positive reaction to the news that the City of Cape Town will not have any designated sites for fireworks this year.
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