31 Oct 2010

Lawlessness needs Law Enforcement!

Lawlessness needs Law Enforcement!

Following on from the previous entry, on Friday 29 October, vandals moved along two streets in Beach estate and systematically damaged a number of cars. My car was one of them,  which was a nasty surprise, having had all my wheels stolen off my car 2 weeks ago.

Both incidents required the criminals to spend an extended amount of time, carrying out the separate crimes. I am now questioning the efficacy of both the local law enforcement and the private security firm I employ to “keep us safe”. Adding salt to the wound, the police officer who took my statement, questioned whether I had any enemies who would do this, before any investigation had been done or had checked that other cars in my road had been affected as well. While being totally innocent, I was made to feel that I was part of the reason why my car had been damaged.

The police must be held accountable for the lack of service in fighting crime in Hout Bay, they need to step up their game and fight crime with an iron fist!

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28 Oct 2010

Census 2011 is coming! We look back at 2001

Census 2011 is coming! We look back at 2001

Here is an infographic from information gathered from a report compiled by Strategic Development Information and GIS from 2001 Census data supplied by Statistics South Africa. Wonder how this will look next year?

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27 Oct 2010

Example is made of Hout Bay High School

Example is made of Hout Bay High School

Source: www.sowetanlive.co.za

A TOTAL OF 500 teachers and school leaders from more than 60 countries around the world have gathered in Cape Town to showcase how technology can transform education.

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26 Oct 2010

Developer bites back…

Developer bites back…

Taken from IOL.co.za:

Hout Bay developer unhappy with province’s ‘approval’

The would-be developer of a Karbonkelberg mountainside property at Hout Bay is appealing against the environmental approval given by the province a fortnight ago.

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22 Oct 2010

Fury as Hout Bay development approved

Fury as Hout Bay development approved

by John Yeld/IOL:

Hout Bay residents are furious after the Western Cape government gave the environmental nod for a gated housing development on the slopes of the Karbonkelberg, next to the Sentinel.

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