Mayor on City of Cape Town plans for 2017

City of Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille says the City will continue delivering basic services to people living in informal settlements while waiting for housing developments.

De Lille says the City is committed to ensure that all residents feel a sense of belonging.

She says the City will continue implementing the five-year Integrated Development Plan (IDP) endorsed by residents.

We have started in the past five years to build a caring City, inclusive City, a well run and safe City, and we will be getting on doing just that in the next five years.

Patricia de Lille, City of Cape Town mayor

We are now transforming the City, so that through our organisational transformation plan, we are able to detect problems, and prevent problems.

Patricia de Lille, City of Cape Town mayor

She says citizens should ensure that they don't leave everything in the hands of the elected individuals.

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