Friday, March 5, 2021

Give Dignity

 ​​​​​​​​​​About the Give Dignity initiative​​​​​​​

The City of Cape Town is running an initiative to raise awareness of the plight of people living on the street. The initiative emphasises the importance of giving those in need a hand up rather than a handout. Instead of a cash handout, which often increases the risk of prolonged homelessness, we encourage you to make a donation.

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life challenging for everyone, and our most vulnerable residents have been the hardest hit. If you are in a position to make a difference in someone's life, then please consider donating, Your contribution will go to an NGO working in the community that has been vetted by the City. That way, you can trust that your donation will go to a worthy cause.

Your donation can help someone meet their basic needs, including:

  • Breakfast or a hot meal
  • A night in a warm bed
  • A mask or hand sanitiser

In the right hands, your donation goes further.


Making a donation to a worthy cause is as simple as scanning the SnapScan QR code below with your cell phone.

Scan to donate.


​​​​​​How to make a donation via snapscan

  • Download the SnapScan app
  • Register your account
  • Link your bank card or load funds into your SnapScan wallet
  • Choose a PIN number
  • Scan the QR code to authorise payment

 Learn more about our other initiatives:



A Caring City: We run a safe space for street people under the Culemborg Bridge on the foreshore. The Culemborg Safe Space is a transitional shelter where people are able to spend the night, access ablution facilities and securely store their belongings. They can also access a number of additional services to help them reintegrate into society. 

Alternatively, there are a number of shelters run by NGOs that offer assistance. The Western Cape Government keeps a database of registered homeless shelters.

Find out more about how you can get involved and make a difference.

​​​​​​​​​​Contact us​​​​​​​

For more information on how you can assist street people call us on the toll-free number below:

0800 872 201


Elim Night Shelter
George Night Shelter
Happy Valley Shelter, Simon's Town
Loaves and Fishes Shelter
Nuwe Begin Skuiling Shelter
Swartland Haven Night Shelter
The Haven Night Shelter, Ceres
The Haven Night Shelter, Moira Henderson
The Haven Night Shelter, Napier Street
The Haven Night Shelter, Retreat
The Haven Shelter, Claremont
The Haven Shelter, Kalk Bay
The Haven Shelter, Lansdowne (OWL)
The Haven Shelter, Selkirk Street (District Six)
The Haven Shelter, Wynberg
The Haven, Kensington
The Haven, Kraaifontein
The Haven, Paarl

Reporting POLLUTION due to Vagrancy & Removal Request - City of Cape Town

1. Take a photo (if you can).
2. Pin the location (if you can).
3. Take note of the address (road name, and any identifiable buildings or businesses to help locate the area).

4. Log a call to +27214807700

5. City Emergency line will give you a reference number
6. Emphasise the need for cleaning and they will send Law Enforcement and Solid Waste.
7. Calling this number will be improving City Epic stats and help JP Smith and City get more enforcement staff.
8.  All vagrant complaints should go to this number

Thank you,
Let's keep Sunset Beach safe 🙏🏻🌻

Monday, January 11, 2021


Invitation to all Sunset Beach Property Owners:

TEST RUN on Wed – 13 Jan:

We will make ourselves available for (30 minutes) those who wish to log in to ZOOM to connect with us a day prior to the AGM.

This is for you:

- to ensure that your camera and microphone are working.  

- Test to see that you are being heard

- Test to see that you are able to ask questions.

- You may also just log in to see if you can see and hear me, and then you can hang up.  

- No talking is required, but I will be here to help you get your settings etc sorted.  Everyone is welcome.

It is just a PRE-MEETING platform for everyone to find their feet because on Thursday we will be starting at 18h00 sharp, with 15 minutes prior to log everyone in.

Everyone will be asked their name and property details for Meeting registration and voting purposes on Thursday.  The meeting will be recorded.

Anyone can join the meeting, but only SUNSET BEACH property owners will be able to participate and vote at the meeting on Thursday.

Join Zoom Meeting here: 

Meeting ID:  858 2613 1798 
Passcode:      AGMTEST 


SBHOA Committee 😃

Read on: 

Tuesday, December 15, 2020


On 11 August 2020 SBHOA representing the community, presented a proposal to the City of CTown to please consider placing a boardwalk on the dune section of the beach.  We asked them to give us an understanding of the effect this could have on the biodiversity, as well as the community.

The City of Cape Town is in favour of the project, and will support Sunset Beach should we wish to fund part or all of the project.  

Should anyone wish to take this project further, you will need to fundraise, as well as get a clear understanding of the community's needs prior to going ahead with the project.

Thank you to the 70% who voted for this project, and also to the 30% who voted against it.  All the votes, comments and concerns have been noted, and can be found on the Sunset Beach Community page:

SBHOA have placed this project on hold until further notice.

SBHOA Committee

Monday, September 7, 2020

Sunset Beach Boardwalk Proposal

It has been decided that the Sunset Beach HOA will withdraw from this project.
We do not have sufficient back ground information to understand the environmental impact such a project will have, and if and when this information will come to light, we will consult with the entire community by means of a presentation and then make a decision based on the community feedback to go ahead or stop the project.  Further notice on this will be communicated to all.