The mother city has experienced housing shortages since about 1835. As a result of the abolition of slavery, coloured and Malay people who had previously lived on their master’s property needed housing. Several housing projects were undertaken. Post World War 2 there were almost 3000 houses in 14 housing estates all over Cape Town. By 1972 there were almost 30 000

These estates were segregated and intended to cater for the resettlement of coloureds who were forcibly removed from areas in the city declared as “white” areas. Mannenburg is one of these places

.The postcode for Mannenberg is 7764 (streets) 7767 (Boxes)

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Useful Numbers

  • Police: 021 699 9400
  • Traffic department:0860 103 089
  • Fire: Lakeside-021 480 7700
  • `Water:0860 103 089
  •  Electricity:0860 103 089
  • Ambulance:10177
  • Post office;Gatesville Post Office-021 637 7596
  • Closest hospital; Clinic -021 691 6409
  • Library:021 444 9994
  • Pharmacy;Closest -Chavda Pharmacy-021 637 2953
  • SPCA: 021 700 4140
  • Druiwevlei community centre:021 444 0516
  • Tambo Square Community Centre: 021 444 5356
  • Manenberg Community Centre ; 021 444 0516
  • Tambo Square Community centre:021 444 5356
  • The Downs Community Centre: 021 444 0516
  • Duinefontein community centre:021 444 0410
  • Sherwood Park Recreation Centre: 021 444 0516
  • Heideveld community centre: 021 444 0516
  • Schools:
  • Manenberg Secondary School-021 691 0050
  • The Leadership College Cape Town (Junior , Middle & Senior)–021 637 4661
  • Manenberg primary school-021 699 3155
  • Downeville Primary School-021 691 0349
  • Red River Primary School-021 691 0339
  • Silverstream Secondary School-081 508 7957
  • Edendale Primary School-021 691 0133
  • Easter Peak Primary School-021 699 3000
  • Phoenix Secondary School-021 638 457
  • Saambou Primary School-021 637 6101
  • Edendale Primary School.-021 374 2934

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