Regular commuters along Cedar Road will have noticed building activity on the site adjacent the Cedar Road gatehouse. This is to be the location of the new Steyn City School, which will be publicly announced during the first half of 2016. The world class facility will accommodate learners from pre-school through to Grade 12.
The school is just one of several exciting infrastructure developments which will be unveiled this year. Residents can also look forward to the launch of Steyn City’s multi-purpose venue hall with outdoor amphitheatre during the latter half of 2016.
In January, Steyn City took part in the Diepsloot Wetland Clean Up Programme.
The project is part of an on-going initiative hosted by several organisations including the Diepsloot Arts & Culture Network; Diepsloot Extension 1; the Wetland Working Group; the GCRO Research Project (created by collaboration partners CGRP, Sticky Situations, Bontle Ke Thlago and the Engineering Faculty) and the GEKCO Kyalami conservancy community.
The first site earmarked for clean-up was located in Diepsloot Extension 1, where poor drainage and dumping have created hazards for residents, exacerbated by the lack of localised refuse infrastructure.
Steyn City sponsored wheelbarrows, rakes, shovels, forks, hoes and refreshments for all volunteers, as well as plenty of manpower. Thanks to their hard work, the wetland area has been transformed from a rubbish site into a clean recreational space. An enormous thank you to our task team, and Bafana Mokwena in particular, for coordinating the volunteer programme.
Forget chocolates and roses. The best way to impress on Valentine’s Day is by spending meaningful time together.
A date at Steyn City’s XIX Restaurant, located at the Club, is the perfect date destination: owned and managed by the renowned Saxon Restaurant, it offers a sophisticated and tempting menu paired with an outstanding selection of wines. Your meal is made all the more magical thanks to the stunning backdrop of the Steyn City golf course.
At the end of 2015, the Club added yet another award to its cache of accolades when it was named Best Clubhouse in the World at the World Golf Awards, hosted in Portugal.
The Club’s winning streak is set to continue in 2016, with its recent nomination as ‘Best new golf course in the world’ in the World Golf Awards to be hosted later in the year. Other courses competing in the category are the Trump International Golf Links in Aberdeen, Scotland; Dubai’s newest course, The Track; and Avalon in Mauritius.