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Need for detailed plan
he findings of the Far South strategic
environmental assessment were pre-
sented to the local subcouncil lastweek.
The Far South Peninsula Community Fo-
rum (FSPCF) requested that such a strategic
environmental assessment of the Far South
be carried out in 2013, following a variety of
concerns about development in the area.
The goal was to identify and evaluate the
strategic environmental impacts of the City
of Cape Towns approved Southern District
The CSIR was appointed to carry out the
assessment, and its recommendations high-
light the need for more detailed planning in
areas of informal settlements, interfaces
with open space, buffer zones and ecological
There is concern at the official comment
that in its current form the finished assess-
ment is not legally binding in any way, says
FSPCF spokesperson Patrick Dowling.
Therefore, the way in which the findings
and recommendations are takenup into a re-
vised Southern District plan is very impor-
tant, he explains.
The City has quite a lot of flexibility
about the way in which it chooses to inter-
pret the assessment and which, if any, of the
policy options covered actually end up in
the Southern District plan, he says.
In terms of transport, the CSIR has found
the proposed densities in the district plan
were not likely to attract more public trans-
port and that there is a need to promote non-
motorised transport and public transport.
The assessment is somewhat ambiva-
lent about traffic, Dowling says.
While we support any effort to encourage
non-motorised transport the question of
public transport needs to be carefully ana-
lysed because the City sees this as going
hand in hand with much higher population
densities, which then undermine the envi-
ronment, heritage, tourism and recreation
elements, he says.
Wealso donot see ongoing roadwidening
and extensions as a sustainable approach in
the long term. Therefore the idea of inter-
nodal transport needs to be explored with
full public participation to arrive at a solu-
tion which eases congestion without com-
promising the Far Souths most valuable as-
sets and natural systems.
In terms of housing, the CSIR recom-
mends that more attention is given to up-
grades in informal settlements and the posi-
tion of social services.
It also recommends that green technology
be usedmore, which the FSPCF agrees with,
The FSPCF knows that we will have to
be very vigilant if such good intentions are
to be realised, Dowling says.
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UCT students watch a performance during the student councils There is
no excuse campaign against sexual crimes, rape and assault that was
held on the campus last Thursday. The campaign aims to create student
awareness of the dangers on campus, the support structures that are
available to them and what is being done or can be done to ensure their
safety. It is in response to the sexual assaults which happened on
Hiddingh campus last year and the recent attacks at Rhodes Memorial.
PHOTO: ELBE VAN DEN BERG
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Lifes passion found on Fan Walk
ancing is my life. I even have a tattoo
about dance because this is one thing
that Im very passionate about.
This is what Kurt Palmer (20) from Steen-
berg says. Palmer realised his dream when
he started dancing in front of a huge crowd
of spectators at Cape Town Carnival five
years ago. He has since developed this
dream into a passion and today, he is a lead
performeratCapeTownCarnival and chore-
ographs routines for the community group
of Steenberg High School which is where
it all started.
Palmer has been dancing for the past 11
years, startingwith ballet in primary school
and then joining Steenberg Highs commu-
nity group. This was where he ended up per-
forming on a public platformand discovered
that it was something that he would like to
do for the rest of his life.
I have always known my passion in life
was dancing, ever since my first perform-
ance. When I have to change into character
it feels basically like Im starting a new life,
opening my body and mind to new things
that will tell a story.
Despite now doing what he loves, Palmer
says that it has never been an easy journey:
One of the challenges I had to overcome as
a teenager was the bullying and negativity
by pupils at my school but I always made a
way to overcome them.
Coming from disadvantaged communi-
ties it was even difficult to go to rehearsal
because of criminal activities. Getting from
one place to another was a struggle but I
knew this is what I wanted to do so I had to
face the struggles head on. One of the great-
estmotivations I hadwasmy life orientation
teacher in matric, Ms Priestley, who always
had confidence in me and helped me out in
my dance career.
Palmer has seen the value Cape TownCar-
nival has brought to the many participants
and spectators. Because of our performan-
ces in Cape TownCarnival, we have had per-
formances at the Baxter festival and the
Cape Arts festival.
This helped to shape the person I am to-
day. I really enjoy dancing. When I have all
eyes on me it really makes it easy for me to
do my thing and I want to give people the
best, he says.
In its seventh year, Palmer says the theme
for this years Cape Town Carnival is going
to be a show stopper.
Well, Street Life is definitely going to be
my favourite; it is something new and it is
very different. It is difficult to say
though ... each year brings its own pizzazz.
I amsoexcited to takepart in the carnival
this year, my body is dancing to the rhythm
of Street Life, he says.
His wish is to work with the Cape Town
Carnival: One of my biggest dreams is to
become a part of the team that creates Cape
Town Carnival, to showcase and show off
Cape Town in different ways. Each person
brings his own flavour to