6 ways to get active in Cape Town without hitting the gym or hiking the mountain You don't have to have a gym membership or be an ultramarathon runner to get fit in 2021. Cape Flats residents plan to shut down all major roads and highways leading into and out of the Cape Town CBD between 5am and 11am tomorrow. Protests continue throughout the country and the world to call out systemic racism and the deaths of Rayshard Brooks, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Cape Town CBD road closures for tomorrow’s protest Published by capeetc on August 7, 2017 Temporary road closures will be taking place in certain parts of the Cape Town CBD to accommodate three gatherings taking place today, 7 August, and tomorrow, 8 August. The federation will take to the streets tomorrow in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein and Polokwane to protest against the proposed R20 per hour wage. Cape Town March – Organised by We Are South Africans / Zuma Must Fall and others, from Kaizergracht Street at 11:00am Cape Town March for Change – Organised by The DA, meet at the Cape Town City Hall, from 11:30am. Cape Town Parliament Gathering – Organised by Outa, gather outside Parliament from 12:00pm. Police used stun grenades to arrest and disperse Khayelitsha protesters who blocked the entrances at Cape Town Civic centre. The protests were organised by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu), which has organised another strike for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 19, that will cause major delays in Cape Town. The protesters demands water and electricity from the City. The EFF in the Western Cape will tomorrow protest against racism. Angered by the recent spate of violent attacks against women and children in South Africa, thousands of protesters gathered outside the Cape Town International Convention Centre on September 4 2019. 10 January 2021 9:49 AM The shutdown follows a number of protests … Knysna Gathering – Organised by Member’s of the public, Gathering for … Staff, students and a political party to demand a resolution to the university crisis CAPE TOWN – Friday’s exams scheduled at Brackenfell High School were on Tuesday rescheduled ahead of a planned protest by the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF). 10 January 2021 9:49 AM 6 ways to get active in Cape Town without hitting the gym or hiking the mountain You don't have to have a gym membership or be an ultramarathon runner to get fit in 2021. ... but supporters from other parts of town that arrived in solidarity with the school.