14 April 2015
The City of Cape Town said it
will extend terms of reference to make way in for cultural artefacts.
Spokesperson for Mayor
Patricia De Lille, Zara Nicholson said they have been at the forefront of
transforming the city to demonstrate positive change though a process of
reconciliation by reassessing public
spaces and streets.
Nicholson added they have been
at the forefront of transforming our city to demonstrate positive change though
a process of reconciliation by reassessing our public spaces and streets.
“This week, the Mayor will be
asking the naming and renaming committee to extend their terms of reference to
include cultural artefacts, ranging from statues to commemorative plaques and
memorials. We have made the pillar of building an inclusive city part of the
foundation of our government and we want to remain at the forefront of ensuring
we make a Cape Town that belongs to all of its residents.” Nicholson said.
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