The City of Cape Town has published new amendments to its streets, public places, and the prevention of noise nuisances by-law for public comment.
The by-law allows for an authorised official to instruct a person to leave and remain out of an area, as well as allowing officials to stop, enter and search any vessel, vehicle, premises or person without a warrant.
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The by-law relates to the management of public places, noise levels and other incidental matters on all properties within Cape Town, and specifically section 22 of the by-law, which guides the City’s actions on transgressions and the recovery of costs where applicable.
Comments and objections may be submitted until 17 May 2020 and can be done so, right here.