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City Parks, in partnership with Township TV and other sponsors, is bringing free television entertainment to poorer communities across Joburg. With two up-and-running already, in all seven Township TV sites are planned over the next three years.

The poor suburb of Bram Fischerville now has its own green lung, after Region C and City Parks built an inviting park for the area.

In just 24 hours, a dusty part of Diepkloof will be transformed into a pleasant green oasis, thanks to the hard work of City Parks and its partners.

THE target is to plant 200 000 trees in dry and dusty Soweto by the end of 2010. Already well on the way, City Parks has a number of tree-planting projects on the go.

CITY PARKS has taken ownership of five new mega-mowers. They should make the job of cutting the grass at Joburg parks a whole lot easier.

In just 24 hours, Diepkloof has an inviting green park – with a big screen television to broadcast sport and other interesting programmes – where once was a dusty piece of open land.

WORKERS spent the night digging and planting, racing to meet the deadline for the Diepkloof XtremePark. In just 24 hours, a park is being built.

THE official FIFA-endorsed World Cup fan park has been earmarked for Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newtown, but Joburg has identified a spot in the north and one in the south for similar ventures.