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The power of creativity in placemaking
23 July 2014

Inspiring recent events in Cape Town got Cape Town Partnership CEO Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana thinking about why creativity is important for a city.

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Cape Town’s an inspiration station
10 July 2014

Cape Town’s World Design Capital projects are encouraging collaboration to achieve positive social and economic change, writes Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana, Cape Town Partnership CEO for the Cape Times newspaper.

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Why we’re excited about our new website
27 May 2014

Building a website is like building a house: the final result often belies the work involved. The final product, however, is so much more: it’s a home. The Cape Town Partnership will soon have a new online home and we hope it becomes one you enjoy visiting.

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A view from the street: What makes a liveable African city?
13 April 2014

The Cape Town Partnership has asked Rory Williams, a Cape Times columnist and writer on urban issues, to look at our work and see what he finds. His ‘outside view’ will be presented in a series of articles that will explore the human side of our projects. We hope they will stimulate some necessary conversations. This is the

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Cape Town Partnership AGM 2013
10 April 2014

Tuesday 5 November 203 night saw the opening of People Make Places: A journey through the work of the Cape Town Partnership at 6 Spin Street. The week-long exhibition (6 – 12 November) took the place of a traditional AGM and invites the public to explore and engage with some of the current projects and processes of the

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2013 in review: Cape Town Partnership by numbers
18 March 2014

2013 was a year of extraordinary (and exciting) change at the Cape Town Partnership. While numbers don’t quite quantify impact, they do give you a fairly good look-in to what happened at 34 Bree Street.

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Celebrating a true leader
6 December 2013

As a humble acknowledgement of Mandela’s impact on the country, the city and the Cape Town Partnership as an organisation, we offer a collection of personal reflections from staff about what Mandela means in each of our lives.

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Building relationships through open dialogue in Woodstock
5 December 2013

Woodstock, South Africa’s first suburb, has been at the heart of the country’s urban growth since the 1800s. Originally known as Papendorp, the area started out as a farming space and quickly grew into a dynamic community made up of people who lived and worked in Cape Town’s growing port economy.

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Invitation: Join us at Woodstock Open Day
20 November 2013

You are invited to attend the first Woodstock Open Day initiative which will give residents, business owners and the community members of Woodstock a new opportunity to hear about and comment on various activities and urban developments in Woodstock.

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