July 3, 2020

Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.


As the trend towards freelancing, entrepreneurship and start-ups gathers pace, co-working – also known as ‘hot-desking’- is the affordable alternative to working from home, setting up a full-time office, or working from a coffee shop.
Re-elected to represent the central city and surrounds, Councillor Dave Bryant says he’s here to work with communities to effect change for the better.
A bunch of flowers, a bag of fruit or a gift for a friend – help your local informal traders get through the winter and make a living.
A new trading plan for the informal sector is set to create 130 new opportunities for informal trading in central Cape Town.
Design and innovation that change lives will feature at Open Design Cape Town 2016, which takes place from 10 to 21 August 2016 at Cape Town City Hall and across the city.
Parliament has taken the first step in a possible relocation to Pretoria, appointing consultants to look into the costs and impact of moving the national legislature or keeping it in Cape Town.
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