The Cape Town Civic centre is a Building in the centre of Cape Town. This building houses the Municipality of the City of Cape Town. It was completed in 1978. This building also houses the council chambers and the offices of the mayor of Cape Town.

The City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A, municipality and is situated in the Southern Peninsula of the Western Cape Province. It has a coastline of 294 km. It stretches from Gordon's Bay to Atlantis and includes the suburbs of Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain
 The municipalities adjacent to it are Swartland and West Coast to the North; Drakenstein, Cape Winelands and Stellenbosch to the North-East; and Theewaterskloof, Overberg and Overstrand to the South-East. It is also bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the South and West. 
The City, is South Africa's second-largest economic centre and second most populous City after Johannesburg. It is the Provincial Capital of the Western Cape, as well as the Legislative Capital of South Africa. This is where the National Parliament and many government offices are located. 
The City is famous for its working harbour which also has a tourist draw card of the V&A Waterfront, with its many shops and apartments. This City also has the natural setting of the Cape Floral Kingdom, including such well-known landmarks as Table Mountain and Cape Point. It is for these beautiful sites that Cape Town is hailed as one of the most beautiful Cities in the World. Being the oldest City in South Africa, it is affectionately known as ‘The Mother City'.
Main Economic Sectors are: Finance and business services (36.1%); manufacturing (16.1%); community services (15.6%); trade and hospitality (15.6%); transport; storage; communication (11.2%); agriculture (9.7%) and lastly construction (4.1%).
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