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Safe, clean, caring and open for business
March 2017: News and views from the
Cape Town Central City Improvement District
Development
City calls for comment on CBD’s Foreshore Freeway precinct
On Monday 6 March, the City of Cape Town unveiled the six proposals it had received from the private sector for the development of the Foreshore Freeway precinct, a large part of which falls within the Cape Town Central City.
Urban Management
#KeepItClean

The CCID is launching its annual campaign to highlight the Urban Management services it provides in the Central City and also call on the public to do their bit to ensure ours remains the cleanest CBD in South Africa.

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Streets
CCID takes on traffic 
A partnership between the City of Cape Town and the CCID to ease afternoon traffic in the CBD starts in April. The pilot project involves six CCID-funded wardens and will run until the end of June.
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PSO Mthi deals with the heat of the moment
 


On 23 February, you may recall, the mercury rose to 35 degrees in Cape Town. On that day, a CCID public safety officer went beyond the call of duty to assist a tourist.
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CCID to release investment report in April
 


The State of the Cape Town Central City Report published by the CCID is due for launch to the public by mid-April.
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Central City events: 15 March till April 18
 


As we step into the second quarter of 2017, it’s comforting to know that the Central City’s events calendar remains full.
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Cape Town wins gold

Events
The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon has achieved IAAF Gold Label status. This means it is now in the same league as the famous Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York marathons.
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Jazzing up Greenmarket Square

Arts and culture
The annual Free Community Concert on in the heart of the Central City is a highlight on the Cape Town social calendar. Staged as a showcase of a selection of artists from the Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) lineup, each year is a party of note.
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The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) publishes this e-newsletter to promote its work, its stakeholders and the Cape Town CBD (aka the Central City). It is the CCID’s vision to ensure the Central City is safe, clean, caring and open for business for all who use it, whether they live, work, play or stay here, or are passing through.
 
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