The City to minimise noise from nightclubs
25 January 2012
The City of Cape Town wants to minimise noise in the city after many residents across Cape Town have been complaining about noise from nightclubs.
Many residents have to endure loud music for long hours.
On Monday popular Camps Bay nightclub, St Yves’s sound equipment was impounded by the City’s Liquor Enforcement Unit.
The City’s JP Smith said that it was each and every nightclub owner’s responsibility to ensure that the noise in the nightclub does not affect their neighbours.
He added that he does not expect nightclubs not to make a noise, but that they should consider their neighbours.