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MyCiTi bus strike enters third day

There's a limited MyCiTi service as the wildcat strike by some workers enters a third day.A group of striking workers have gathered outside the...

Public encouraged to use libraries

The City of Cape Town’s libraries are available to everyone who is preparing for their final exams.Matric exams are already under way while other...

Dam levels decline slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly by 0,2% over the last week to 76% of storage capacity.The average water consumption for the past week increased...

MyCiTi bus strike enters second day

The wildcat strike by MyCiTi drivers is continuing this morning across the city.Some of the bus drivers, who are employed by the vehicle operating...

Dam levels decline slightly

Dam levels have declined slightly by 0,2% over the last week to 76% of storage capacity.The average water consumption for the past week increased...

MyCiTi bus strike continues

Commuters, who normally use the MyCiTi Bus Service, have been advised to use alternative transport this afternoon as the wildcat strike continues.The bus service...

MyCiTi bus drivers go on strike

The MyCiTi bus service has been affected by a wildcat strike by bus drivers this morning.Very few MyCiTi bus routes are operating. There have...

10 CT beaches achieve Blue Flag status

Ten of the City’s beaches were given full Blue Flag status earlier today.Blue Flag is an international accreditation which is awarded to beaches that...

Motorists won’t get reminders of licence renewals

Motor vehicle licence renewal notices for October have not been printed and posted by the Road Traffic Management Corporation.This will affect motorists whose discs...

Help on your doorstep

Are you confused, abandoned, insecure, cornered or feel defeated? Life Line has opened an office in Khayelitsha for residents who need support. The non-governmental...