Johannnesburg City Parks and zoo offers individuals, companies and corporates many opportunities to help create a city we can all be proud of. As a company that is mandated to develop and manage an enormous portfolio of parks, green open spaces, conserved areas, the zoo and cemeteries, we are able to harness the potential for creating mutually beneficial partnerships and due recognition for donors.
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Call for fully funded proposals for period July 2020 - June 2021The City of Johannesburg has 1270 developed parks and 459 underdeveloped areas which are demarcated as public open spaces. Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo (JCPZ) is the City’s Agent in the management and maintenance of Public open spaces, cemeteries, nature conservation areas and the Johannesburg Zoo. The portfolio managed, is in excess of 20 000 ha and 3.2 million trees. Other products and services under the management of JCPZ include environmental education, eco-tourism products and services.
Click here to download CALL FOR FULLY FUNDED PROPOSALS (CFP03/07/2020/21) FOR PERIOD JULY 2020- JUNE 2021
Click here to download CALL FOR FULLY FUNDED PROPOSALS (CFP02/2020/21) REVIVAL OF FLORIDA LAKE FOR PERIOD JUNE 2020- JUNE 2021
Click here to download CALL FOR FULLY FUNDED PROPOSALS (CFP5/2020/21) PILOT PROJECT MOBILE FOOD AND NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE VENDING IN SELECT GREEN PUBLIC OPEN SPACES FOR PERIOD AUGUST 2020- JUNE 2021
COAPE SA and Johannesburg Zoo would like to give a really big Gorilla sized thank you to Liz Williamson from CATS Accounting in Rondebosch for their donation of a guitar and a Tablet for Mokoko the Gorilla! The tablet and guitar forms part of the Enrichment Program specifically designed for Mokoko, and will be used to encourage play behaviours. Keep an eye out for the videos of Mokoko learning to use them on the COAPE SA YouTube channel.
Karin Pienaar from COAPE SA has started working with Mokoko the gorilla and his keepers Katherine and Sharon, training him by using a clicker as a form of enrichment. “He is responding really well and enjoys his training sessions tremendously” says Karin. The team will also use clicker training to teach him to cooperate during medical examinations, to eliminate any stress that could occur during the process.
More about the project watch this video: COAPE SA and JHB Zoo Enrichment launch
A special thank you to our sponsors and donors:
|Witkoppen to Platina||R 55 400.00||Sponsored by Riverglade|
|Olivedale / Sharonlea||R 30 800.00||Sponsored by Olivedale Retirement Village|
|Robyn Park||R 18 500.00||Sponsored by Nick’s garden service and CLE Properties|
|Jacaranda Road||R 29 700.00||Sponsored by Balwin Properties|
|General Areas Platina to Jacaranda||R 65 300.00||Sponsored by Balwin Properties|
|Equipment, machines, tools repairs etc||R 108 000.00||(This figure is over and above the spend indicated above) Ford, Bidvest, Balwin and Murray Van Zyl|
|Skips and waste removal||R 11 760.00||Sponsored by Waste Giant|
|Murray van Zyl man hours to date (2 years)||972 hours|
|Community Hours to date (18 months)||3120 hours|