Cape Town’s first large-scale, biogas plant opened in Athlone to turn solid waste into energy.
A bronze bust of Nelson Mandela was unveiled outside Parliament on 28 April 2014 Update (February 2017) : The City
The main construction for the Cape Town International Convention Centre started in February of 2015, with work scheduled for completion towards the end of 2016.
The Bo-Kaap development has seen extensive objections from the local Civic and Rate-Payers Associations, professionals and academics.
The River Club in Observatory is set to undergo a R4 billion re-development over four years, that will include residential, retail and commercial components including a hotel, gym, shopping centre, offices, conference centre and schools.
According to the Western Cape government, 270 residential rental units for households earning under R7,500 a month could be built on the old Tafelberg school site.
Growthpoint Properties today acquired Site B Lower Long Street in Cape Town’s Foreshore, securing and landmark development site situated between two of its property assets.
Kommetjie residents are considering mounting a legal challenge after the City of Cape Town’s mayoral committee gave the go-ahead for the building of 254 new houses in the suburb.
New mixed use tower development on Buitengracht Street announced.
Since Jacob Zuma’s SOTN address in February, the debate over moving Parliament to Pretoria has reignited and feasibility studies have been conducted.