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Theewaterskloof

Theewaterskloof Local Municipality’s new pro-poor budget will continue to bring better services to poor communities, with a colossal R72.6 million going towards building more houses. The Municipality’s vision is to ensure and preserve the heritage and natural resources within the region, whilst creating and developing a safe, healthy, crime-free, economically stable, and viable environment for all. This DA-led municipality has a zero tolerance approach to corruption – receiving clean audits for honest spending and good management for four years running.

Theewaterskloof's Success Stories

Since 2006, we have worked to drastically upgrade Grabouw’s infrastructure to process sewerage, produce drinking water and store more water. This job-creating investment will last a long time.

We work hard to ensure that all poor households are registered for indigent support and free water, electricity and sanitation.

Our award-winning housing projects, like the Rooidakke Housing Project in Grabouw, provide cost-effective, quality housing for residents.

Our pro-poor budget will continue to bring better services to our poor communities. A huge 6 million will go towards building more houses.

"Our Mayor not only gave us a party with integrity but she also united us in a family which cares for each other. She makes it her task to see that every poor person and family has access to services.” – Jacobus and Varety Oncke

Meet the Mayor & Mayoral Committee Running Theewaterskloof Municipality

Christelle Vosloo

Theewaterskloof Executive Mayor Christelle Vosloo has worked in local government since 1988. The service delivery needs of the residents of Theewaterskloof were the sparks that ignited her entry into politics with the aim of serving the community. In 2006 Christelle was elected onto the council and was also elected speaker. She was also the deputy…

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News from Theewaterskloof

Recent Protest Action and the Housing Crisis

To understand the housing crisis in Greyton and Genadendal it is important to understand the background of the housing crisis in Theewaterskloof. The illegal invasion of land of the national department of public works in Grabouw had a devastating impact on the municipality and social order in the town. At a strategic session and other…

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