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Charlie Human
23 April 2015

South African science fiction writer Charlie Human authored this guest column for Molo: The Future City edition. 

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City Walk Saturdays kick-starts new storytelling route for Cape Town CBD
20 April 2015

Cape Town’s CBD was at play on Saturday 18 April 2015 as the first ever City Walk Saturdays was launched by the Cape Town Partnership. 

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City Walk’s urban energy fuels Cape Town Big 7
15 April 2015

Brett Hendricks on Wednesday 15 April announced the launch of the Cape Town Big 7. Addressing the World Travel Market at the CTICC, Hendricks said Cape Town’s “bucket list” of key tourist attractions has expanded with the inclusion of the new Cape Town City Walk.

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What’s on CT’s streets in 2015
23 March 2015

From Infecting the City and First Thursdays to the Big Walk and Open Streets, we jotted down some of Cape Town’s most iconic events taking place on our city’s vibrant streets and public spaces in 2015. See you there!

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Infecting the City 2015 transfixes Cape Town
17 March 2015

Photographers Lisa Burnell and Oscar O’Ryan roamed the streets of Cape Town during the Infecting the City 2015 festival, here are a selection of images of public-space theatre that captured the attention of Cape Town pedestrians.

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Photos: Infecting the City 2015
11 March 2015

Dance, poetry, music, performance and visual art will be enjoyed in public places around the city during Infecting the City 2015, all set in Cape Town’s most well-known and recogniseable spaces.

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8 things the world can learn from Africa
4 March 2015

Over all of the art and design events that have clustered together during February and March in Cape Town, the most prominent universal thread was clear: Africa is rising.

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This day in Cape Town history
18 February 2015

What happened today? In particular, what happened today in Cape Town? Starting with the South African History Online website, we are compiling a comprehensive diary of events that have shaped our city and country’s history. What have we missed? Post in the comments below or email

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6 benefits of Cape Town’s open data policy
9 February 2015

The City of Cape Town is making data sets available for analysis via their Open Data portal and over time, analysts predict, it will result in a more responsive, adaptive and agile administration, among other benefits writes Alan Cameron.

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