MyCiTi hours extended for the festive season
29 November 2012

MyCiTi buses will run one hour later on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays during the festive season, starting on 1 December 2012. There will be a special after-midnight service on 31 December to accommodate new year’s eve celebrations.

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Cape Town’s e-permit system helps informal traders
23 November 2012

An online permit system has made it easier for Cape Town’s informal traders to find and apply for trading space in the city.

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Company's Garden hosts new summer market
22 November 2012

Cape Town is introducing an 11-day family market in the city centre’s beautiful Company’s Garden between 14 and 24 December 2012. 

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Taking the train
5 November 2012

On a rain-splattered Thursday, City Views’ writer Alma Viviers ventured into the Southern Suburbs to take the morning train from Plumstead to the Central City with regular commuter Anton Pietersen.

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Owning the stories in between – Capetonians envision their public spaces
18 September 2012

Twenty years ago, New York’s Times Square was an ill-lit, dangerous, no-go zone. Today it has been dubbed ‘The Crossroads of the World’, receiving 360 000 – 500 000 visitors per day. It is an iconic public space that is a globally recognised tourism attraction.

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State of the Central City: Clean, safe, inclusive and open for business
14 September 2012

The first annual State of the Central City Report affirms Cape Town as a premier destination for work and play.

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Metered taxi operators in Adderley Street to be relocated
12 September 2012

The City of Cape Town plans to relocate the metered taxi ranking facilities in Adderley Street between Riebeeck Street and Hans Strijdom Avenue.

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Bree Street: Cape Town’s rising business district
15 August 2012

With the construction of Portside, Cape Town’s largest office development, and the new offices of one of South Africa’s leading corporate law firms, Bowman Gilfillan currently underway, Cape Town’s Bree Street is fast becoming a major business hub in the city. As one of the main arteries into and out of the city, Bree Street

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Talking about urban transformation with Njabulo Ndebele
4 August 2012

In the August 2012 edition of City Views, we published an interview with Professor Njabulo Ndebele – an acclaimed writer, teacher, thinker and the former vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town – about his current role as the chairperson of the Cape Town Partnership board and his views on our urban (and social) transformation.

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