WCED puts plans in place to ensure PSA strike doesn’t affect exams

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The Western Cape Education Department says it has put plans in place to ensure that that Public Servant’s Association strike today doesn’t impact on the matric exams. Teachers’ unions have assured the department that they will not be participating in the stay away. The WCED says it has put measures in place to ensure services around exams aren’t hampered should any public sector staff member choose to participate in the strike.

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LED street lights to reduce energy usage in Mitchells Plain

The City of Cape Town is looking into more ways to reduce energy costs, with one more project in the Mitchells Plain area, seeing LED streetlights being rolled out. The more energy efficient street lighting not only makes the roads and community safer but the City says its more environmentally friendly. The LED project for Spine Road is budgeted at R3,7million for this financial year.

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