GPCID 24/7 emergency number: 082 214 3228

OKCID 24/7 emergency number: 082 217 1386

Cure your sushi cravings with SushiBox

Searching for the best gourmet sushi in Cape Town? Look no further than SushiBox! Delicious food, good portions and a great vibe makes SushiBox the perfect spot for anything from a quick catch up with friends to date night. The sushi presentation ensures that it is a feast for the eyes as well You can choose sushi pieces separately to build your own platter, or choose from their range of boxed combos.

If you work in Green Point, the restaurant is situated conveniently inside the Cape Quarter, making it almost too easy to pop in during your lunch break! If you’re hosting an event, SushiBox offers sushi platters with free delivery on orders over R1500, and all platters come with chopsticks, wasabi, ginger and soya sauce. Find the order form on their website.

Some more good news is that they currently have NO corkage at any of their branches, and encourage customers to bring along a bottle of their favourite wine to pair with their delicious sushi – they even shared this infographic to show you how. This obviously gives you an excuse to spend the money that you’re (technically) saving on those extra salmon roses!


The great news for sushi fanatics doesn’t end with this SushiBox site – Cape Town is having its first ever sushi festival this year. The event will take place from 16 – 18 December 2016 and will be filled with the best things in life – sun, fun, family, live music and sushi. Visitors can expect mouth watering sushi from some of Cape Town’s favourite restaurants, live entertainment, craft beer tastings, wine pairings and champagne lounges, all set in the green belt of the Atlantic Seaboard within the Mother City. Get your tickets on Webtickets.

Follow SushiBox on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to be the first to hear about their special offers.

Warning: don’t follow their Instagram account unless you’re immune to sushi cravings!

Safety & Security Report: October 2016

When a community works together in the interests of all residents and businesses, the improvements in safety and wellbeing are easy to identify.

With that in mind, October 2016 saw only 10 incidents opposed to the 25 that took place in September 2016. The most common of these being theft out of homes or business and motor vehicle accidents in the past month. On 15 October, a known suspect was arrested in Green Point for theft of seven laptops and two bottles of liquor. The joint effort between GP/OKCID, SAPS and Cape Quarter security was seamless and efficient.

There were several clean-up operations planned and executed successfully over the course of the month and the GP/OKCID team has begun preparing thoroughly for the festive season. Contrary to popular opinion, crime doesn’t skyrocket during December and January specifically. However, the public are also encouraged to prepare for the holidays by remembering three simple guidelines:

  1. Always be vigilant when walking on the street – travel in groups.
  2. Avoid sparsely populated or poorly-lit areas if traveling alone – stick to main roads if possible.
  3. Never leave valuables in your car – take your belongings with you.

As a team of professionals committed to protecting our city, and the Green Point and Oranje-Kloof areas specifically, we want you to know that we’re here for you. Make sure you have the numbers below saved in your phone and in the event of a safety incident please contact us.


Patrol vehicle (24 hours): 082 214 3228

Operational managers: 071 670 3019/ 072 944 6811


Patrol vehicle (24 hours): 082 217 1386

Operational managers: 071 670 3019/ 072 944 6811

Let’s take care of Cape Town, together.

‘@Frits Dog Hotel & Daycare Centre: Something to bark about

A man’s best friend deserves to be pampered occasionally, and the @Frits Dog Hotel & Daycare Centre is the first of its kind in Cape Town. The five-star dog hotel opened in December 2015 as owner Yanic Klue wanted to create a space where furry friends would be welcomed and taken care of.

This hotel is far from an ordinary kennel, offering top-class treatment to canine companions. Dog lovers around the Mother City are thrilled about this new establishment, which offers a concierge service, spa, day-care, premium rooms and day tours.

@Frits Dog Hotel, which initially started out as a dog clothing brand, is an innovative company that decided to diversify their offering to include a luxurious city hotel. Yanic named it after her pet dog, and co-owner, Frits Smit. After a trip to the U.S.A, where they have many stylish dog hotels available, she was inspired to open this establishment.


Bringing the idea to Cape Town was easy, especially with the number of owners who want only the best for their four-legged friends. Tailored to suit your best friend’s needs, the hotel offers scrumptious doggie meals from an à la carte menu, DSTV (tuned to animal planet), webcams to give owners a view of their pet’s stay, themed movie nights and a snack bar. There is also a vet on-site if any of the dogs suffer anything more serious than homesickness.

For the ultimate pampering experience there is a Platinum room with premium bedding and linen, a flat-screen television and a complementary spa treatment with daily dental care.

Every @Frits Dog Hotel staff member is passionate about animals and thoroughly enjoys taking the dogs on their daily 45-minute walk in a nearby park. If your furry friend needs a pamper session, book them in with a spa therapist for a ‘pawdicure’ or bubble bath.

The hotel may be a bit over the top for most, but your dog  will certainly think it’s worth it! Plus you’ll definitely have a good night’s rest on your holiday knowing that your fourlegged friend is in the best hands.


Tel: 021 200 4244 OR 021 422 2175

Address: 121 Castle Street, Cape Town, 8000


Love Warrior brings sexy back to the city

Love Warrior is here to bring sexy back to the mother city. Sleek, simple and sneakily tucked between a strip of shops on Kloof Street. This stylish stop will make you say things you’ve never said before, like “on fleek” and “that’s so dapper”. What does dapper mean, you ask? It means smart, spruce, trim, debonair, dashing, groomed – everything that Warrior Love represents.

“Fearless” is wallpapered in bold letters on the facing wall as you enter from the rushing sidewalk. It makes a statement and when you’re clad in one of their house brands – Beleave, Major John or SPCC – you will make a statement too. The hottest items (read: fast-moving and “hot” as in “you’ll definitely be noticed for your impeccable taste”). Love Warrior, although positioned as a men’s outfitters establishment, has something for everyone.

One of the most striking items available in-store and online is the Love Warrior bowtie collection, particularly the Mo selection – handcrafted wooden masterpieces that some call “accessories” but we call “art”. If you buy one of these Mo bowties in November, 15% of the proceeds will go to the Movember Foundation South Africa. Be stylish and support a cause.


While the expression stands, there is enough space to swing a cat in this minimalist store (though we wouldn’t suggest it). You can browse with plenty room to strut your stuff in front of the full-length mirror – and you’ll want to when you’re wearing a Love Warrior item. Tourists are also known to frequent this fashion haven, asking often for Beleave – boasting an African flair that will set them apart when they return to their home country.

Cape Town is known for its trend-setting, boundary-pushing fashion but sometimes it’s the classics that keep customers coming back. Revamp your wardrobe with a well-made button shirt, a figure-hugging pair of jeans, the kind of sneakers that even your mother-in-law would ask about and accessories that won’t go out of season anytime soon.

Address: 45d Kloof Street, Cape Town, 8001

Hours: Monday – Friday, 09h00 – 18h00; Saturday, 09h00 – 17h00; Sunday, 09h00 – 15h00

Contact: 060 980 0495


Notice of AGM 2016

Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the GP/OKCID NPC (SRA-acronym) that will take place on the 30th of November 2016 at 12h00 (GPCID) and 15h00 (OKCID) at Victoria Junction, Protea Hotel, Somerset Road, Green Point, Cape Town, where the following items will be discussed.

Find all necessary documents here.

Green Point AGM: 12h00 on 30 November 2016 at Protea Hotel, Victoria Junction

Oranje-Kloof AGM: 15h00 on 30 November 2016 at Protea Hotel, Victoria Junction


  1. Registration
  2. Welcome & Apologies, Quorum to constitute a meeting
  3. Approval of previous Minutes
  4. Chairman’s Report
  5. Noting of Audited Financial Statements 2015-16
  6. Feedback on SRA’s operations 2015-16
  7. Usage of Surplus Funds 2017-18
  8. Approval of Implementation Plan 2017-18
  9. Approval of Budget 2017-18
  10. Appointment of Auditors
  11. Appointment of Company secretary
  12. Election of Board Members
  13. General / Q & A
  14. Adjournment


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