Tag Archives: cape town

Podcasting

Podcasts are a relatively new medium globally and very new for South Africans.  There has been tremendous growth in the podcast industry within the last 5 years. South Africa’s podcast listener audience is relatively small compared to international markets. There is a niche…

Tariff Increase

The budget speech, which included the proposed tariff increases for cape town has left many of the city’s residents shocked. The price of water and sanitation have increased significantly. The price of water increasing by almost 50% over the past two years. The increase…

Ideas for the Long Weekend

Don’t know what to do this long weekend? Your city is packed full of fun and family friendly events and activities. Here is your chance to discover a new part of your city. Events in your area Sunset walk on Delvera Vineyard An…

Things to do on Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day commemorates an iconic day in our country’s history when determined and brave South Africans stood up for what their rights – at a fatal cost. 69 people died and 180 were wounded when police fired on a crowd of ordinary…

Local organisation works to get kids off the street

For many children, their neighbourhood is seen as a safe place where streets are filled with bicycles and the fields occupied by soccer balls and play parks. But for some children, the street is their struggle and only source of survival. According to…

Local association needs support to preserve public space

Our neighbourhoods are made up of buildings, houses, streets, businesses and public spaces. But it’s the people, cultures, traditions, monuments, activities and meaning that breathe life into our communities. These things form the heritage of our neighbourhoods. A local ratepayer’s association in Cape…

Cape Town edu-care hosts community market

In the spirit of neighbourliness, a Cape Town edu-care centre has opened its hearts and doors to their neighbours. Kay-Dee Edu-care in Rosebank has welcome neighbours to join the first on many community markets they’re hoping to run.

Let’s Get Techy!

Cape Town communities are getting tech savvy with the I-CAN Centre!

Our neighbours love their hoods!

The community we live in strongly influences our behaviour and moods. Our neighbourhoods have the ability to uplift us, inspire us and encourage us. Ourhood recently took to the streets of Woodstock, Cape Town to talk to people about the communities they come from and…

People make our open spaces

Imagine if your neighbourhood was solely made up of rows of houses and narrows streets just big enough to let a car through. Where would you walk your dog or take your evening jog? Children would be restricted to their own back yards…