Category: Residents

2016-2017 Service Delivery Successes

Completed projects and infrastructure changes described below have enhanced facilities and services in Ward 62, and ensured that the DA-run City continues to make progress possible, together. Transport, Roads and Stormwater New traffic signals at Kendal Road intersection with Spaanschemat Road Concrete balustrades on M3 bridges at Trovato Link and Klaassens Road Traffic Signals for

Water Saving Tips

The City of Cape Town is currently implementing Level 2 Water restrictions. This is due in part to the low dam levels. It is everyone’s responsibility to save water. Here are some usefill tips on how you can save water: Save water throughout your home Ensure all taps are fully closed – a dripping tap

Making Sense of Your Water Bill | City of Cape Town

The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department has launched a new and improved website, loaded with useful information that may assist residents, learners, students, educators and visitors. The City is confident that the use of interactive diagrams, video clips, posters and brochures to present information in a more user-friendly way will significantly improve

ICC Cricket Fixtures 2015

The Rondebosch blog and Chas Everitt are happy to bring you the key information for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, including dates and times for every fixture in Australia and New Zealand. The tournament will be jointly held across Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015.  

New Load Shedding App

No more confusing PDFs, no more outdated schedules that are almost as frustrating as the power outages themselves – News24 has developed a nifty app that allows you to check exactly when your neighbourhood will be hit by load shedding. The free web application, Grid Watch allows users to type in their suburb name, and

New Load Shedding Schedule

The new schedules below are designed around the days of the month and reflect Eskom’s decision to implement loadshedding nationally on a regular basis and over weekends. They replace the previous schedules, which were designed around days of the week and were applicable for occasional loadshedding during peak demand times. Loadshedding stages depend on the