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GTP has been keeping busy

The Greater Tygerberg Partnership (GTP) has had a busy few weeks.

The not-for-profit organisation, based in Bellville, is tasked with driving the economic and social upliftment of the Greater Tygerberg region.

In June the GTP hosted the Innovate Bellville 2.0 pitching competition in conjunction with the Startup Hatchery.

A range of entrepreneurs presented their ideas in the hopes of winning money, business incubation and mentorship packages.

Social entrepreneur James Cook walked away as the winner with his township co-working space and business accelerator Orenda.

The two runners-up were MJ van Driel from Mewaste and Thuthula Mngenela, from the Ubuntu co-working space.

Next on the GTP’s programme of events was a five-a-side soccer tournament in the Bellville CBD.

Team Ubuntu of the Somali Association of SA (SASA) was the winner and walked away with a cash prize.

The GTP also held their first monthly Bellville Market on 30 June.

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