The City of Cape Town says it’s shocked at the wanton destruction and vandalism…

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The City of Cape Town says it’s shocked at the wanton destruction and vandalism…

The City of Cape Town says it’s shocked at the wanton destruction and vandalism of the Seawinds Smart Park, near Lavender Hill. It described the almost eight-million rand park as nothing more than a pile of rubble and ash. The park was opened on Heritage Day in September, 2017. Mayoral Committee Member for Community Services and Health, Zahid Badroodien says he’s shocked that vandals can destroy something that’s meant to uplift communities.”There is nothing left of the park which was opened a mere 16 months ago. The features have been burned to ash, vandalised or stolen. The park has been damaged to such an extent that it is unrecognisable as the same space it was when it opened. At the time it was a heart warming launch as the aim of the park to bring people together for shared experiences and to build on a lasting legacy for our children. “








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5 comments on “The City of Cape Town says it’s shocked at the wanton destruction and vandalism…

  1. Like really now then our people complain City is doing nothing in so called coloured areas.Yet we can’t take ownership of a community facility

  2. Seriously now…!!! The City must’ve known that it wasn’t gonna last for long what were they thinking… that money could’ve been better spend in that area. There are lots of safety & security issues they could’ve addressed with that kind of money!

  3. Do they know that they were priveleged to have such beauty how many of our kids are deprived of such beauty but those people need homes that money could have been put to better use

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