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IS S UE T WENT Y-EIG H T 2nd Quarter 2018

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in it together! Western Cape dam levels thankfully rose above 40% by midJune thanks to some good early winter rain and the fact that the majority of Capetonians are continuing to observe the prevailing 6b water restrictions. I cannot stress this strongly enough: rising dam levels are a function of both the rain and the continued observation of the stringent water restrictions that are in place. While the improved rainfall has given some respite and filled up our canals, allowing us to resume boat rides and water sports, we need to remember we are still in a drought and a long way off the 85% dam levels the authorities require before water restrictions can be eased. With this in mind, it was disturbing to hear recently that some sectional title developments in Century City have hardly reduced their water consumption at all over the past year and are having difficulty in identifying the offending units as they do not have separate water meters. Please remember that even though the landscape might have changed from brown to green and it may be raining cats and dogs outside, we still need to adhere to the 50-litre-a-day or less per person restrictions. I urge you all to keep saving water and for those who have not done so yet, remember it is never too late to join the good fight. Every drop continues to count!

Chris Blackshaw

ceo | century city property owners’ association

welcome... You may have seen a number of recent news stories relating to the arrests of criminal suspects within Century City. Don’t be worried by these reports, because we have not suddenly become a hotbed of crime. It is simply a matter of our beefed-up security operations under the newly extended Security Operations Centre (SOC) starting to pay serious dividends. There is no doubt that Century City’s zero tolerance for crime and its strategy to date of combining the use of cutting-edge technology with highly visible policing and rapid emergency response is proving extremely successful. For further details of our crime-combatting initiatives, see page 5. The recent arrests are sending a clear message to criminals. If you commit a crime in Century City, the chances are that you will be caught and you will serve time!

Maggie Rowley ccpoa communications manager

EDITOR: Maggie Rowley | 021 550 7000 | maggie@rabie.co.za ADVERTISING MANAGER: Tatum Sieni | 021 552 6889 DESIGN & LAYOUT: Elinore de Lisle | 083 574 8937 | elinore@iafrica.com COVER PHOTO: Discovery’s new offices in Century City COVER PHOTOGRAPH: Courtesy of Discovery


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Axis show flat now avaialble

Manhattan Corner now completed

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spectacular furnished show apartment is now available for viewing in the iconic Axis residential development under construction at Century City. The two-bedroomed apartment is available to view strictly by appointment only as the rest of the building is still under construction, says project manager Raynard Haupt. The high-rise block of 85 luxury apartments is being built on a landmark site offering panoramic views. It is due for completion by the end of the year and a limited number of spacious two- and threebedroomed apartments are still available for sale from R3.5 million. Meanwhile, the letting of the 1,000 square metre commercial component of Axis is going strongly, with the first restaurant, Akiya Sushi, having now signed for their 170 square metre premises and negotiations for the balance of the space well advanced. Akiya Sushi is a Japanesestyle restaurant that aims to immerse their clients in an authentic experience including their culture of delightful tea, dim sum, authentic Asian cuisine and lastly plates of expertly created Japanese sushi, their speciality. Since its inception in 2011, the restaurant has gained a strong following and customer

support base in Cape Town. Akiya achieved an overall 99% satisfaction rate in a customer survey conducted by Canal Walk where it was previously located. Akiya Sushi expects to open their new restaurant on 1 February 2019. Negotiations are also under way with a well-known restaurateur for the larger 300 square metre restaurant premises, which has spectacular mountain views, as well as three potential office tenants for a total of 530 square metres. These include residential short-term letting company, Home From Home, and Ouro (meaning ‘gold’ in Portuguese), which is a company specialising in executive, serviced, short- to medium-term office letting for professionals, entrepreneurs and freelancers.

to book an appointment to view the apartment, prospective buyers should please contact devon usher on 082 446 9188 or tamarin smith on 084 301 8616.

anhattan Corner, a new mixed-use development of offices and apartments, has just been completed at a cost of R60 million. Bordered by Century Way and Esplanade Road, Manhattan Corner comprises a mix of residential apartments and sectional title offices in two attractive buildings of varying heights, providing a staggered skyline. The seven sectional title offices, which are located on the ground floor facing onto Century Way, range in size from 44 square metres to 114 square metres, but units can be joined if needs be. Two of the units have been let – one to a professional

services group, Proman, and the other to an electrical and digital infrastructure group, Legrand. Jason Elley of Rabie said strong interest was being shown in the remaining units, which enjoy high visibility from the busy Century Way. Rentals are from R8,000 to R25,000 per month. Additional prospective tenants include the likes of skincare and beauty specialists and medical services. Meanwhile, a total of 28 apartments, comprising one-, two- and three-bedroomed units, all with basement parking, are positioned above the offices. Manhattan Corner was designed by Munnik Visser architects to complement the surrounding buildings while also

maintaining its own identity. Both the residential and commercial components have been acquired by an investment company for rental stock. A dual plumbing system has been installed throughout the development to ensure that only non-potable water is used for toilet flushing. Manhattan Corner completes the entire block, which also includes the 63-apartment Manhattan Quarter development, the Manhattan Suites & Conferencing high-rise building, new studio offices for Bam Architects, the Endeavour Too crèche, Manhattan Park, and two very popular restaurants, Bootlegger and Time Square Café & Takeout.

for commercial inquiries, contact sedica or jason on 021 550 7000. for residential inquiries, contact property world on 021 555 0105, or the letting corporation on 021 801 1888.


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Discovery moves into new offices

Oasis sold out!

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he Oasis Luxury Retirement Resort in Century City has proven to be a runaway success, with all 375 apartments in the six high-rise blocks having been sold six months ahead of the last block being completed. Colin Green of Rabie, which has been developing Oasis in a joint venture with a Harries Projects consortium, said there was no doubt that much of the success of Oasis was due to the fact that it falls within the Century City mixed-use development, offering residents almost every conceivable amenity right on their doorstep. “It also offers a wide range of its own lifestyle components for residents, including the Clubhouse, the facilities of which would not be out of place in a five-star hotel and of which all residents automatically enjoy

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iscovery has recently moved into Sable Park, its striking new regional offices at Century City. Sable Park, which comprises two four-storey office blocks, was recently awarded a 5 Star Green Star – Office v1.1 Design certification from the Green Building Council of South Africa, bringing to 20 the number of Green Star-rated buildings in Century City. The second building, comprising 8,000 square metres of triple A grade offices, will be completed in July this year. According to Jason Elley of Rabie Property Group, the developer, negotiations are well under way with a number of global players for the remaining space. “Its position adjacent to the bustling Century City

Conference Centre, hotel and restaurants in the Square and its close proximity to a myriad other leisure and retail facilities makes it highly sought after for companies with their employees’ best interests in mind. “In addition, there is a MyCiTi bus stop right outside and it is within close walking distance

of the Century City Station and the taxi rank.” Elley said the space itself is highly flexible and able to accommodate either a single or multiple users. “It fronts onto the busy Sable Road, enjoying high visibility and offering uninterrupted panoramic views of Table Mountain and Table Bay.”

for further details, contact jason elley or sedica knight on 021 550 7000.

membership.“ These facilities include a 25m indoor heated pool where regular water aerobics classes are given by a qualified teacher, a massage room, sauna, steam room, a gym, a library, lounge areas, a restaurant, bar, a bridge room and billiard room. In addition, there are a number of other facilities for residents outside the Clubhouse, including a large, multi-function venue with a big-screen TV and coffee bar and a large undercover patio overlooking a scenic lake, an arts studio where residents can paint, as well as another well-appointed lounge where residents can relax. A range of activities and functions to cater for different interest groups are also held regularly, and frequent outings to wine farms, the theatre and

the like are laid on. The resort is set in beautifully landscaped gardens, which also include a flowing stream and water features and even a vegetable garden where residents can grow their own vegetables and herbs. Peace of mind for residents is also provided by the Oasis Care Centre, which offers hotel-style assisted-living apartments, frail care and a specialised Alzheimer’s/Dementia unit as well as physical rehabilitation for those in need. Green said that due to the huge success of Oasis and the continued demand for retirement homes in Century City, they were exploring the inclusion of a retirement product in the redevelopment of the Ratanga site, which they hoped to bring to the market by late 2018 or early 2019.

for resales and rentals, contact the sales office on 021 250 0592, or cindy (082 495 7168), or linda (082 785 6160), or lorenda (083 270 4755).


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Century City winning war against crime

Good early rains, but the drought is still here!

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entury City security is making huge headway in stamping out crime in the precinct. In fact, no fewer than 22 arrests have been made in recent months, thanks to the diligence and hard work of our security team and state-of-theart Security Operation Centre (SOC), which was launched a year ago to keep Century City at the forefront of crime prevention and combating initiatives in the Western Cape. Century City head of security, Marinus Boshoff, said their strategy to date of combining the use of cutting-edge technology with highly visible policing and rapid emergency response had proven to be very successful in curbing crime. In fact, over the past year there have been, among others, three drug-related arrests, four housebreaking/theft arrests as well as two suspects apprehended for theft of motor vehicles. “In each case, our team did the hard legwork and surveillance and called in either the SAPS or Metro Police to assist with the arrests.” Boshoff said Century City had zero tolerance for crime and would not stop “until criminals understand that if they commit crimes in this precinct they will get caught, they will be tried and they will go to jail!” Chris Blackshaw, CEO of the Century City Property Owners’ Association, the non-profit company responsible for the day-

Above: Marinus Boshoff, head of security at Century City (centre front) with his team. Below: The Security Operation Centre.

to-day operations of the precinct, said the SOC, which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, was the nerve centre of their safety and security operations. “The SOC is really paying dividends in the fight against crime. The fact that Century City offers a safe and secure environment is one of its greatest attractions to those living and working here, and the SOC, together with the new expanded

and integrated services, is enabling us to keep it that way.” Blackshaw said their fibrebased CCTV surveillance system with a network of dome and fixed cameras linked to digital video recorders, together with their Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras at all the entrances to Century City, are monitored in the SOC. “In addition, our new expanded and integrated security solution provides for individual intruder detection alarm and CCTV monitoring-by-exception alerts of both commercial buildings and residential developments to also be fed to the SOC. “These multiple sources of data and information enable the SOC to ensure an appropriate tactical response to any incidents that are detected.”

hile we have had some good early winter rainfall and our canals have not only filled up but have been overflowing, we need to remember the Western Cape is still in the midst of its worst drought in more than a century and there is a long way to go until we are out of the woods,” says Chris Blackshaw, CEO of the Century City Property Owners’ Association. Tony Ross of the Oasis Luxury Retirement Resort, who has been collecting daily rainfall figures at Oasis for over 10 years, says his rain gauge measured 55.0mm of rain on the night of 31 May, which was the equal highest rainfall in one day since November 2009. According to Tony, it took the May total to 102.3mm, which was the highest May total since 2010. Blackshaw said that the harvesting of aquatic plants in the canals and boat trips around Intaka had to be suspended during March and April due to the dramatic drop in canal water levels.

“Thanks to the recent rains that have filled the canals, both these operations have been able to resume.” Although the recent cold fronts brought good rains to the catchment areas of the city’s major dams, raising levels to above 40%, water storage was still low and a long way off the 85% the authorities require before water restrictions can be lifted. Blackshaw said the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) will meet in late September or early October to see what the total winter

rainfall has been like and will then decide on whether or not water restrictions can be eased. “In some places around the world it is very dry, and there is no rain whatsoever when there is a drought, so people are continually reminded that there is a drought. Cape Town is different. You can get wet going outside and the landscape has changed from brown to green, but we are still in a drought and we need to remind ourselves that even if it is pelting down with rain, we must keep our water use to a minimum and that every drop still counts.”


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Meet our finalist in the Mrs India South Africa pageant

Bird identification boards upgraded

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he only Cape Town finalist in the Mrs India South Africa competition to be held in Durban in August this year is a medical doctor, Saumya Gautam, from Century City. Saumya, who was born in Mumbai, India, met her South African husband, Siddharth, while he was on holiday in her home city in 2012. After a longdistance courtship, they married five years ago and settled in Century City. “We love it here. It’s so clean and green and I look out from our Waterstone West apartment over a beautiful water feature. It is so peaceful. We don’t want to go anywhere else, unless perhaps somewhere else in this precinct, such as Waterstone Isles. Maybe we will manage that in a year or two,” she laughs while cuddling her adored Yorkshire terrier, Scooby. Saumya, who comes from a family of doctors, is a medical intern at Tygerberg Hospital. She intends to start her specialisation in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the next year or two. Siddharth is also a medical doctor at Tygerberg Hospital, and is currently doing his registrarship/training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. It was Siddharth, in fact, who entered Saumya for the contest. The first she knew about it was a phone call close to midnight on New Year’s Eve. “I was overwhelmed but delighted as this gives me the

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opportunity and a platform to really help to empower women. “Every second woman is suffering, and being able to use this platform to assist others and do good for humanity by using my skills and services to the community is the sole reason I am participating in this competition.” Saumya has spent the past six months working closely with a number of charities, including the Smile Foundation South Africa for which she has been chosen as an ambassador, and she recently participated in the #Smile4Tries initiative where

the Stormers visited children at Tygerberg Hospital with craniofacial abnormalities. She has also aligned herself with the Ihata Shelter for Abused Women and Children and the Ukhozi Girls Organisation where she recently completed a threeweek campaign empowering 20–25 high school girls by educating them about health and lifestyle issues. Saumya is the first Cape Town finalist in the 11-yearold pageant, and we wish her everything of the best in bringing back the crown to Century City, Cape Town!

he bird identification boards in the bird hides on Intaka Island have been upgraded with the help of our Century City Blouvlei Environmental Committee and now reflect all the bird species that frequent Intaka. Alan Liebenberg, Century City’s Environmental Manager, said they had previously used a Newman’s book of birds’ identification table, which showed all the birds one can expect to see throughout the country. “The Blouvlei Committee and ourselves do regular bird

counts in Intaka and from these we have been able to create an appropriate Intaka identification

board of birds that have been spotted in Intaka over the years. Our thanks go the Kenneth Newman Children’s Trust and Struik Nature for providing both the images and information for these boards.” Liebenberg said the bird hides on Intaka have become hugely popular with photographers, birders and general visitors. “The space is limited, so in order to keep the peace we have had to draw up a Code of Ethics binding all parties to put nature and the birds first and keep noise to a minimum.”


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Tanya takes on Europe!

46 Century City runners took part in Comrades 2018

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record 46 Century City runners took part in this year’s Comrades Marathon, scoring a total of 36 medals among them. This was the 10th consecutive year that members of the Century City Athletic Club have participated in the Comrades Marathon and numbers have grown steadily since a lone Century City runner, Vladimir Kotov (a three-times winner of the Comrades), took part in 2009. Club chair Bertie Cloete said 36 of the 46 runners completed the race, but what was astounding was the growth in participation, especially from novices. “We also saw a surge last year when 30 of our runners

Tanya and husband Gareth after her 2nd place win at the Oberelbe Half Marathon in Dresden, Germany, and at the Prague 2Run Relay Marathon (right).

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entury City’s star runner, Tanya Posthumus-Fox, ran three European races in three weeks, coming second in the Oberelbe Half Marathon in Dresden, Germany, on 29 April with a time of 1 hour 29 minutes and 21 seconds. Tanya was, in fact, the first woman home in her age category for the race, and the German newspaper Sächsische Zeitung carried a picture and story on her. She also ran the Half Marathon in Belgrade, Serbia, on 21 April, and was the sixth woman home and second in her age category with a time of 1:30:01. In fact, she was placed

53rd overall in a field of 5,124 runners. The third race she ran was the Prague 2Run Relay Marathon (Half Marathon) on 6 May in a time of 1:31:38. She was the sixth woman on the first leg of the relay, the first in her age group and 20th overall. Tanya carried the huge cheque she was awarded for second place and a heavy sandstone trophy around from Germany to South Africa via the Czech Republic for two weeks of the three-week “runacation”. She says the heat in Europe (along with the late race starts) did generally impact her performances.

“But the support and entertainment on the courses, including orchestras en route, were amazing in Belgrade and Dresden. And then the cobblestones in Prague really slowed me down, but it was such a beautiful route!’’ There is no slowing Tanya down now that she is back in South Africa. “My next local road race will probably be the PPC Riebeeck Berg Half Marathon in August, but I am also going to do the Spur Winter Trail Series over July and August. And then there might be another ‘runacation’ in September – Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Russia …”

competed.” The first Century City runner home was Moses Skosana in a time of 8 hours 40 minutes. In all, Century City runners nabbed five Bill Rowan medals, 14 bronze medals and 17 Vic Clapman medals. Cloete said that special mention should be made of Evelina Tshabalala who joined Century City Athletic Club last year to get her running back on track and to assist with the development of juniors. Evelina, who was named one of South Africa’s 21 icons in 2013, earned a bronze medal this year, coming home in 10 hours 39 minutes. Evelina, along with all our development runners, has been supported by Puma and

The Century City Athletic Club Comrades Team photographed at the Comrades send-off dinner at the Square Café and Wine Bar.

Western National Insurance. Cloete said race conditions this year were perfect. “But it is always the journey to the start line that we have to appreciate when it comes to Comrades. It takes months of training, planning and sacrifice. “It’s a tough run as can be expected from Comrades, but the support we had back home helps every step of the way.” He said that Century City Athletic Club membership was continuing to grow exponentially and they currently have 350 members, almost 60% more than a year ago. We would like to congratulate each of the 46 runners who held the Century City flag high and firmly placed Century City on the map in this year’s Comrades!


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Horse sculpture boosts Art Trail

New kiddies’ play park

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children’s play park designed to entertain two- to five-year-olds has been constructed in Manhattan Park. Alan Liebenberg of the CCPOA said the play park was the first for Century City’s common areas and was based on international best practice for pocket play areas in high-density urban environments. “The high-quality low-maintenance equipment was imported from Sweden and Germany and is proving to be a huge hit with the community, and is well supported.” He said further play parks were planned as part of the redevelopment of the Ratanga land.

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he Century City Art Trail has been boosted by the addition of a Janko de Beer bronze sculpture of a horse’s head. The stunning statue, entitled Sanctified, forms part of Janko’s Equus horse-themed series, which is based on the mythical relationship between humans and horses. The third in an edition of eight variable bronzes, Sanctified weighs around 130kg and has been erected on a concrete plinth on a prominent site, near the Waters Edge development overlooking the canal and Intaka island. Sanctified, which has been cast in bronze with a steel base designed to weather over time, has been donated by Janko to the Century City Arts Foundation, which only had to pay for the casting. The first two sculptures in the Equus series are located at Benguela Cove near Hermanus and a castle in Scotland. The fourth in the

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series has been purchased by Klein Constantia wine farm. Sanctified brings to 25 the number of exhibits currently on the Century City Arts Trail. Most of the exhibits are outdoors and range from the Impromptu Pavilion in Century City Square, celebrating South Africa’s diversity and its 11 official languages, to sculptures by Right Mukore and the Station Walkway with its graffiti artwork welcoming pedestrians from the Century City Station.

The Century City Art Trail is being spearheaded by the Century City Arts Foundation, an independent Public Benefit Organisation, formed by the Century City Property Owners’ Association (CCPOA), the nonprofit company responsible for the day-to-day operations of Century City and which represents all stakeholders in the burgeoning Century City precinct. The Art Trail is open to the public free of charge.

for further details, go to www.centurycity.co.za for further details on the artist, go to www.jankodebeer.com

Canal Walk, in association with Toys R Us, is proud to present Lewis Carroll’s much-loved classic, Alice in Wonderland, from 23 June to 16 July. This spectacular showcase will be brought to life with original music by award-winning duo Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer, who regularly have their work presented to critical and public acclaim on stages across Europe, America and South Africa. With a talented, star-studded cast, breathtaking sets, magnificent costumes and memorable songs, Alice in Wonderland promises to be world-class entertainment. There will be daily shows (except on Mondays) at 11am, 12:30pm and 2pm in the Centre Court. Tickets can be booked through Computicket or at the ticket box office next to the theatre at R100 each (R90 per person for a group of four or more). Canal Walk will raise funds from this production, which will be donated to the LEAP Science and Maths Schools.

MANDELA DAY MOSAIC Once again celebrating Madiba’s legacy, members of the public and corporates are invited to help transform the Centre Court by building a giant mosaic made out of tins of food on 18 July. All food cans will be donated to the LEAP Science and Maths Schools. Visit www.canalwalk.co.za for more information on how you can get involved.


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Ratanga animals move to safe new homes

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entury City’s fish population is slowly recovering from the losses that occurred as a result of the lowering of the canal water for canal edge repairs in 2014. Alan Liebenberg, Century City’s Environmental Manager, said this had been confirmed by their annual fish survey, which was conducted in the second week of March. “The survey results also show that the indigenous Sandelia population has recovered more quickly than the Tilapia, and the current ratio is now 1:1. The Century City canals are in fact home to one of the largest Sandelia populations in the Western Cape. All the Tilapia, which are not indigenous to this region, that were caught during the survey were removed.” Liebenberg said that a single small carp was caught in the nets during the survey. “This confirms that while carp are still in the system, the predatory nature of both the Sandelia and Tilapia are currently keeping their growth in check.” He added that during May, fyke nets were set within the Ratanga Junction waterways as a first step in the removal of the fish prior to the draining of the canals for development to take place. “The Tilapia that were caught were removed from the system, and the indigenous Sandelia were released into the Century City canals.”

atanga’s many animals, ranging from birds to snakes and lizards, have been relocated to wonderful new homes, with the three large leopard tortoises having moved to Intaka Island. Alan Liebenberg, Century City’s Environmental Manager, said the tortoises had settled in well and were proving to be a major new attraction, particularly for schoolchildren. All the Ratanga animals are owned by Martin Odd, who ran the bird and snake shows at Ratanga Junction for many years. The rest of the animals have been relocated to the Soetwater Environmental Education Centre in Kommetjie. Bill Taylor, General Manager of Ratanga, said ahead of the park’s closing that a number of their guests had expressed concern for the animals. “But they have nothing to worry about. Martin, who is a true environmentalist and devoted animal lover, acquired or purchased the animals over many years and has found a fantastic new home for all the other animals at Soetwater, where he has also been working for a number of years. “There, thousands of schoolchildren will be able to enjoy the animals in a safe learning environment,” said Taylor. Taylor added that they were finalising a new venue for some of Ratanga’s smaller rides and that an announcement in this regard would be made as soon as possible.

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he Intaka Island Environmental Education Centre at Century City is seeking donations of machinery and equipment to help create a water exhibit to educate the 35,000 schoolchildren and other guests who visit the Eco-Centre annually about the importance and use of water. The Intaka Eco-Centre is owned by a trust that was established in part as the fundraising vehicle for the construction of the Eco-Centre as well as its ongoing operational costs. It has Public Benefit Organisation status, enabling it to issue Section 18A tax certificates to all donors and sponsors.

Century City Environmental Manager, Alan Liebenberg, says they are looking for items such as hand water pumps, windmills, manual sluice gates, Archimedes screws or even a small hydroelectric turbine. “We would be very grateful if anyone has any of these items or the like that they no longer have a use for, as it will enable us to create an exhibit stressing the importance of water in our lives and the need to use this valuable and threatened resource sparingly.” The other exhibits in and around the Eco-Centre include an outdoor sustainable classroom that covers biogas, rainwater

harvesting, black-water treatment plants, earthworms and composting. There is also a sustainable indoor classroom, which features green building practices including solar panels, a wind turbine and solar geysers. Intaka also recently introduced an aquaphonics exhibit, which combines conventional aquaculture (the raising of aquatic animals) with hydroponics (the cultivation of plants in water) in a symbiotic environment that mimics a natural wetland system. Learners are also taught about Intaka Island’s 16ha wetland ecosystems and the bird and plant life on the island.

for further details, contact alan on 021 552 6889 or email info@intaka.co.za


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city life Upcoming events at Century City CENTURY CITY WINTER NIGHT MARKET 29 June, 27 July, 31 August 2018 Intaka Island Eco-Centre Held on the last Friday of the month from May to August, the Century City Winter Night Market makes for a perfect Friday night out. Cuddle up under the heater in our tented seating areas or find a cozy spot inside the EcoCentre and enjoy the live music, delicious food and ambience of the Night Market.

WOMEN’S DAY LUNCHEON 11 August 2018 Century City Conference Centre This is always a favourite on the Century City calendar. Aside from getting up close and personal with our guest speaker of the day, ladies are treated to a three-course meal with complimentary wine and spoilt with gifts, goodie bags and prizes.

CENTURY CITY PAINT NITE 15 & 16 August 2018 Intaka Island Eco-Centre Sip wine and jam to music while you create your masterpiece led by a professional artist. An evening of pure fun and creativity. for information on events, go to www.centurycity.co.za or contact tatum: tatum@centurycity.co.za


Devon 082 446 9188 Tamarin 084 3018616

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Century City Edits #28  

Our Growing City / City Life

Century City Edits #28  

Our Growing City / City Life

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