Neighbourhood News Update: 3 September 2021

Makers Landing market set to showcase its newest food entrepreneurs

This weekend, our Makers Landing market will showcase its new cohort of food entrepreneurs. Their mouth-watering offerings will be available from 09h00 to 17h00 on Saturday, 4 September and Sunday, 5 September at Makers Landing in the Cape Town Cruise Terminal.

Food lovers can look forward to a wide selection of delicious eats such as vegan butter and cream cheese spreads; a flavourful twist on eclairs & sweetie pies; plant-based African cuisine; elegant nougat, panforte and sourdough-based breads and products – just to name a few. Read more.


Ladles of Loves sets new world record at Waterfront

Ladles of Love, who dedicate their service to providing nutritious meals to those in need across the city, this past Sunday beat the Guinness World Record for the longest line of food cans which were laid over 6,7km in the Waterfront. At the final count, a whopping 90 450 donated food cans were lined up by their staff and public volunteers as well as sponsors and partners. Thank you to everyone who participated in achieving this remarkable milestone. Read more about the record setting achievement here.


Waterfront workers COVID-19 vaccination site now open at The Lookout

The vaccination site at The Lookout is now open from Monday to Wednesday for everyone working within the V&A Waterfront. The facility can accommodate 400 people per day, but pre-registration is required. The site will provide the two shots Pfizer vaccine – with a visit for a single shot including observation time, taking around 30 minutes. From next week, the facility will be available to the public from neighbouring areas. For further information you can reach out to and get vaccinated.


Cannaruto and Hydraulics now open in Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre


Cannaruto can be found on the Ground Level close to the Centre Court and Hydraulics is situated on the Upper Level.


Footfall update

With last weekend being a pay day weekend, our visitor numbers showed an increase. The average daily footfall remained strong for the past seven days at just over 30k daily.