3 digital adventures in Cape Town
3 February 2015

Our cities are increasingly not only physical, but virtual. Here are three smartphone-enabled activities that will give you a completely different experience of the Mother City. 

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More WiFi in public space across Cape Town
21 November 2014

Another significant step towards accessible internet access for unconnected Capetonians has been announced by the City of Cape Town, who will provide public access WiFi outside 61 buildings across the metro by the end of June 2015.

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Free Wi-Fi now being piloted at top of St George’s Mall
11 November 2014

Free Wi-Fi is now available to anyone near the top of St George’s Mall, in a pilot phase of the ongoing collaboration between Connected Space, the Central City Improvement District and the Cape Town Partnership.

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Cape Town’s carbon scenario mapped: how people will make the difference
12 February 2014

On Tuesday, 4 February 2014, Harrington Square went from passive parking lot to pop-up forest with the launch of the Low Carbon Central City Strategy.

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Harrington Square receives mini-upgrade with free WiFi and public activations
14 October 2013

Harrington Square, a historic and significant public space in District Six, is to offer free Wi-Fi as a project of the Cape Town Partnership, Connected Space, District Six Museum, Charly’s Bakery, Woodheads, and The Bank.

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Public space reimagined as the Company’s Garden gets free Wi-Fi
29 July 2013

Cape Town’s oldest heritage site, the Company’s Garden, dates back to the 1650s, but is now being brought firmly into the future with the introduction of free wireless internet access.

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Connecting Cape Town’s entrepreneurs, one coffee at a time
5 December 2011

Coffee shops across Cape Town are increasingly offering the city’s entrepreneurs broadband in exchange for their patronage. Read our list of favourite coffices (coffee offices) across the city. What are yours?

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