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Hisforic launch of Greenvllle Garden City, 2016

Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela and Sean Stuttaford (Chairman of Garden Cities) (on the left) were on hand when Zamile Wildon Jiya (third from left) received his house at Greenville Garden City on Thursday, together with Project co-oridnator Thembi Sithole, John Matthews, CEO of Garden Cities, Premier Helen Zille and Councillor Benedicta van Minnen

Some of the first houses to be built at Greenville Garden City

Fisantekraal’s Greenville Garden City
residents rehabilitate Mosselbank corridor

A successful community initiative aimed at rehabilitating and maintaining the social, ecological and amenity value of the Mosselbank River corridor in Greenville Garden City, Fisantekraal, celebrated its first anniversary this week with the inauguration of its new headquarters. Read more

Garden Cities' MRCT receives widespread praise
- By Andrew Bennett

Greenville Garden City’s Mosselbank River Conservation Team (MRCT) project received widespread praise recently after it was mentioned during a presentation at the Water Institute of South Africa (WISA) biennial conference. Read more

Greenville home delivery continues on schedule
First phase of 868 houses to be completed by end of 2018

Since its launch in March 2016, 173 houses have been handed over and occupied by new owners at Greenville, Garden City, the 767ha new town in Fisantekraal, Cape Town. A total of 868 Breaking New Ground (BNG) houses will be built in the first phase, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018. Read more

The MRCT container is a central place for the team to meet and store their equipment. The branding has attracted many visitors and hope to attract many more volunteers to assist in the community clean-ups and environmental events. The force behind the MRCT, supporting and spreading awareness to the local community and outskirts. Supporting organisations include CTEET, FOL, CoCT, DWS, GiveWise Foundation, Wonlife, Balula Children, Waumbe Youth Development Centre and Sacio Trading.
The MRCT with their newly branded t-shirts. Left to Right. Elizabeth Maans (Chair), Christene Gelant (Vice-chair), Esmeralda Julies (Stand-in Secretary), Thembakazi Ngcobo (Secretary) and Gert Kraai (Store Manager). left to right Marius Jansen, Elizabeth Maans (Front), Isak Jonkers (Back), Magdalena DeBruyn, Esmarelda Julies, Indipile Golimpi and Gert Krooi.
Here, Gert Krooi (dressed in waders and holding a net) with his fellow MRCT members in the Won Life school hall demonstrating how miniSASS works, and passing around samples of invertebrates (bugs without a backbone) for the excited learners to see. This forms part of the MCRT responsibility of environmental education and awareness. Thembakazi Ngcobo and a volunteer clean litter out the Mosselbank River. Litter runs and monitoring water quality is one of the main duties of the MRCT.

Current developments

NEW Hillcrest, Pinehurst's Upmarket Village Read more.

Garden Cities completes homes in first stage of Phase 12 Sunningdale, with further stages and phases on schedule Read more.

Cape Dev Homes, Victoria Park, at home in the Helderberg. Read more.

Greenville Garden City - breaking new ground. Read more.