Public Works Contractor Development Training

Attached please find information in respect of The Department of Transport and Public Works Contractor Development training initiative which is managed by our Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) unit. Business Forums leaders may forward the attached to their respective Contractors. Contractors can email the completed application form to: EPWP would then keep them on …

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Sewerage Inspection

Alderman Watkyns, Mayor Dan Plato and Alderman Limberg conducted a site inspection to address the sewerage problems in the Days Walk area, the Langa pump station and Zone 20 in Langa.    “There are currently 4 pumps working and the 5th pump is to be back in operation by  the end of August 2021 . …

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Sewerage Overflow

Some areas of Pinelands continue to be plagued with sewerage overflows primarily due to failures at the Langa Sewerage pump stations. The situation is exacerbated by heavy rains. The feedback requested on the situation at both Langa pump stations is as follows: Langa Main – 3 pumps are running, the 4th pump is tripping on …

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Street Peoples Unit

During our Cape of Storms wintery weather, a collaborative effort between a caring community member, alderman Brian Watkyns, NETwork, City of Cape Towns Street Peoples Unit, Ubuntu-Circle of Courage and the Pinelands Ratepayers & Residents Association has meant that a pensioner who has been sleeping on the streets close to the BP for a few …

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Adopt a Tree

#AdoptATree In May we held our 3rd #AdoptATree event and planted 70 trees. The weather celebrated our planting by bringing us sunshine and a perfect mid-winter day. As with our previous tree plantings, we were warmed and encouraged by friends and community members who came to plant trees on behalf of adopters who couldn’t be present.  …

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River Club Heritage Impact Assessment: Detailed Document

Below is the link to the detailed Heritage Impact Assessment document that is open for comment – for those who like/understand  the detail. The HIA can also be accessed electronically on the SRK website at the following link: . Steve Townsend can be contacted for heritage-related questions at

CoCT Water FAQs Documents for Download

Bellow you may download some information just received regarding the current water crises. We trust you are all  among the 40-50% of Capetonians who are “watching every drop they use”  to help  avoid ‘the taps off Day.” 🙂 CoCT Water Map FAQs CoCT Disaster and Demand FAQs