Following a recent spate of muggings and attached on Table Mountain, representatives from several of the mountain groups invites members of the public to a safety discussion on Thursday, 2 November.
The meeting aims to tackle what the organizer calls a “drastic” increase in crime on the landmark. Among the officials due to attend is City of Cape Town ward councillor Francine Higham.
Thursday’s mountain safety initiative from 5:30pm to 6:30pm at Jan van Riebeeck primary school hall is a civilian-driven effort to ensure the safety of all mountain users. This meeting is for everyone - runners, cyclists, hikers, dog walkers and nature enthusiasts -everyone who is passionate about protecting our mountain and enjoying it in a safe environment