Andrew Boraine

Changes in the life and leadership of the Cape Town Partnership
26 April 2013

Today marks an exciting and significant moment in the life and leadership of the Cape Town Partnership.

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Sea Point Promenade open to cyclists, skateboarders and rollerbladers
2 October 2012

The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport, Roads and Stormwater, Councillor Brett Herron, has announced that as part of its efforts to build an inclusive Cape Town, the City will be experimenting with lifting the prohibition on the use of bicycles, skateboards and rollerblades on the Sea Point Promenade.

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The Economic Development Partnership is hiring
3 September 2012

The Economic Development Partnership, a multi-sectoral organisation that focuses on mobilising a wide range of socio-economic stakeholders towards a more inclusive and resilient regional economy in the Western Cape, is looking for assistance with the coordination and management of its projects and opportunities. 

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Economic Development Partnership (EDP) launched in Cape Town
2 May 2012

The Western Cape Economic Development Partnership (EDP) launched in Cape Town on 26th April, 2012 at the Cape Town Film Studios.

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Eight Cape Town finalists of the Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award 2012
30 March 2012

Cape Town, home to almost 4 million inhabitants, is a highly differentiated and malleable city, filled with almost endless promise but also continuously undermined by a variety of constraints and pressures.

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Western Cape joins National Treasury’s regional economic development learning network initiative
20 March 2012

At a ground-breaking, inaugural workshop held in Cape Town on 7 March 2012, hosted by the National Treasury’s Technical Assistance Unit (TAU), the Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town and the Western Cape Economic Development Partnership (EDP) joined forces with national government departments, metropolitan governments and economic agencies to form the Economies of

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EDP: Creating a platform for collaborative advantage and inclusive growth in the Western Cape
29 February 2012

Tackling deep-rooted structural employment and economic challenges in the Western Cape, and harnessing new growth opportunities in a rapidly-changing global environment, will require new levels of collaboration between the private sector, universities, civil society, and government.

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EDP: Creating opportunities for growth and jobs
22 November 2011

How do you get a regional economy to pull in the same direction? How do you make sure that growth and jobs is the result? The Western Cape government is creating the Economic Development Partnership to do just that.

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Cape Town, on the map and on the move
17 November 2011

The Cape Town Partnership hosted their 2011 Annual General Meeting, celebrating recent awards that have highlighted Cape Town’s spot on the world map, and the opportunity for the city to harness the added impetus they bring to continue its good work.

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