Where we govern


Langeberg Local Municipality’s motto is, “putting people first.” In its second term of DA governance, the Municipality will strive to create jobs, deliver better services and cut corruption – its consistently clean audits are evidence of this. The Municipality featured in the top ten of Good Governance Africa’s 2016 Government Performance Index for best-run South African local governments.

Langeberg's Success Stories

DA-led Langeberg is awarded


for being honest about how every cent of ratepayers' money is spent

Mayor Jansen awarded


to go towards their tertiary educations

DA-led Langeberg will soon give more than

400 McGregor families a home of their own

- special consideration goes to qualifying residents with disabilities and the elderly

Meet the Mayor & Mayoral Committee Running Langeberg Municipality

Henry Jansen

Executive Mayor Hendrik Matthews Jansen is in his first term as mayor of the Robertson, Bonnievale, Ashton, Montagu and McGregor region. He is passionate about moving a non-violent Langeberg forward. Henry was born in McGregor in 1955 and grew up in the Agterkliphoogte rural area. After matriculating, he worked as a farmworker, gaining valuable experience…

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News from Langeberg

More than 400 families to get homes in McGregor

The DA run Western Cape municipality of Langeberg is only months away from giving more than 400 families a home of their own, many for the very first time. Twenty six units have been earmarked for people with disabilities and the qualifying families have already been identified.  Special attention and priority will also be given…

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Langeberg showcases true talent

The Langeberg Arts and Culture Event presented by Helen Gooderson in collaboration with Langeberg municipality, took place recently at the Montagu Community Hall.   Guests were entertained with beautiful performances by the very talented youth of Langeberg – the Koisan Rieldance group, Zolani Poetry and Song group, Wakkerstroom drummies, Ashton Arts Crew and Nkqubela singer and…

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Ashbury Library, a reason for celebration

Its been described as the “jewel” in the crown of the Langeberg Municipal and it is expected to make a positive impact on the lives of community members. The new Ashbury Library, built at a cost of just over R6m, will be promoted as not only a source of information but also a place where…

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Top Achievers get funding

Executive Mayor of Langeberg Municipality, Ald. Henry Jansen awarded top achieving matriculants from the class of 2016, with funds toward their tertiary education. The top three learners from each High School within the Langeberg Municipal area, will receive bursaries from the Mayoral Bursary Fund valued at R5000 for the 1st place, R3000 for the 2nd…

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Calling all unemployed to register on Work Finder

New to the Langeberg Municipal website is a free platform called Work Finder, where all job seekers can register themselves to find work. As we all know, the unemployment rate is increasing daily. Many Langeberg residents are sitting at home without a CV or the necessary skills to put themselves out there in the job…

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Major Projects progressing well

The Langeberg Municipality is currently running at least seven projects aimed at improving service delivery for all its residents. These include new or proposed projects as well as upgrades to existing systems or structures.   With water and sanitation issues high on the national agenda, the Langeberg Municipality is repairing the water pipeline from the Dam…

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