Molo online library

Molo. Hello. Goeiedag. Welcome to the first edition of Molo – a new free community paper, focused on the people of Cape Town and published by the Cape Town Partnership. Through it, we hope to connect: with you and with the diversity of people who make up this great city.

Molo: Cape Town's kids


Read the digimag or download the PDF of the April 2014 edition of Molo

Frequently asked questions:

How can I be a part of MoloWe are always on the look-out for compelling stories told by ordinary residents of Cape Town. If you or someone you know has an interesting story to tell, mail us at molo@capetownpartnership.co.za (no press releases, please). Every month, we’ll be continuing the conversations we start in the print edition of Molo online: see the stories section on this website for more stories, more profiles and more citizen perspectives on this place we call home.

Where can I get the most recent edition of MoloMolo is a bimonthly print publication, available in the January, March, May, July, September and November of every year (starting in September 2013). In the months it is not on street, it is supplemented by stories online. If you or your organisation would like to receive or distribute the print publication, please mail us at molo@capetownpartnership.co.za, including your postal address and the number of copies you’d like to receive.

How can I contact the creators of Molo

Previous co-publication: City Views

Cape Town Partnership and the Central City Improvement District co-published City Views as a joint publication, however from August 2013 City Views is published solely by the CCID. Below is a library of past issues of the newspaper while it was co-published by both organisations, with the final joint publication in July 2013. For more information on City Views go to the CCID website.

(Please let us know if you struggle to access any past editions of City Views online: email alan@capetownpartnership.co.za)

July 2013: Cape Town as a changing city


Cities seem to exist on multiple timelines. In some ways, they change incredibly quickly - as people flow in and out, shops open and close and buildings go up and down. In other ways they move like molasses. In this final issue of City Views we invite you to remember Mandela at City Hall, celebrate citizens creating change and Cape Town: then and now. Download the issue on PDF, download the Change of seasons, change of heart map.