444 PEP Participants Started Work All 444 participants of the PEDI Presidential Employment Programme (PEP) recently gathered together for the first time at the Philippi Village amphitheater.
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Cape Town Mayor Geordin Hill-Lewis and Ald. James Vos celebrated the launch of the new Philippi Agrihub together with representatives from the City’s Economic Growth departments (Urban Catalytic Investment; Area Economic Development; Property), Provincial Government, Department of Agriculture, and other guests.
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More than 750 officers from the Cape Town Metro Police, Traffic Services, Law Enforcement and the South African Police Service participated in an integrated law enforcement operation in Philippi East on Wednesday.
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Two weeks ago, we posted here about the need for unemployed Philippi jobseekers to get registered on the City of Cape Town’s Jobseekers Database, and that we would assist them with their registration.
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Covid-19 local food security response: Mobilising partnerships to build community resilience during an acute shock “Cape Town’s Resilience Strategy is a commitment to ensure that the City thrives in the future regardless of what shocks and stresses it faces.
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Covid-19 local food security response: Mobilising partnerships to build community resilience during an acute shock. “Cape Town’s Resilience Strategy is a commitment to ensure that the City thrives in the future regardless of what shocks and stresses it faces. Resilient Cape Town offers a roadmap for a 21st Century metropolis to enable the city to become more resilient to growing physical, social, and economic challenges. It envisions Cape Town as a compassionate, connected, and capable city where Capetonians collaborate across households, communities, and institutions, to build collective responses to the current and future social, environmental and economic challenges. Food security
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Covid-19 local food security response: Mobilising partnerships to build community resilience during an acute shock. “Cape Town’s Resilience Strategy is a commitment to ensure that the City thrives in the future regardless of what shocks and stresses it faces. Resilient Cape Town offers a roadmap for a 21st Century metropolis to enable the city to become more resilient to growing physical, social, and economic challenges. It envisions Cape Town as a compassionate, connected, and capable city where Capetonians collaborate across households, communities, and institutions, to build collective responses to the current and future social, environmental and economic challenges. Food security
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Covid-19 local food security response: Mobilising partnerships to build community resilience during an acute shock. “Cape Town’s Resilience Strategy is a commitment to ensure that the City thrives in the future regardless of what shocks and stresses it faces. Resilient Cape Town offers a roadmap for a 21st Century metropolis to enable the city to become more resilient to growing physical, social, and economic challenges. It envisions Cape Town as a compassionate, connected, and capable city where Capetonians collaborate across households, communities, and institutions, to build collective responses to the current and future social, environmental and economic challenges. Food security
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City of Cape Town’s Informal Trading Plan Formal businesses in the Philippi area have a number of concerns with the current informal trading situation.
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