Municipality News

We are committed to #DefeatDayZero

Cape Town currently faces an exceptional situation. It is a scientific fact that we are experiencing the worst drought ever recorded. Let’s ensure that each of us – our families, friends and fellow citizens – unite together to defeat Day Zero. We can. And we must. Visit DefeatDayZero.co.za to get answers to the most frequently…

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Midvaal Mayor assists local schools

The  Executive Mayor Bongani Baloyi, in partnership with Afrimat, recently visited Rusoord Secondary School to donate school shoes and sanitary packs to learners. The school, which was previously a top performer, saw a drastic drop in its matric pass rate in the 2017 National Senior Certificate exams, making it one of the worst performing schools…

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Traffic lights upgraded for better traffic flow control

A new traffic light at the intersection of Meade and Cathedral Streets, between Outeniqua and Holy Cross primary schools, will be activated on Friday 16 February 2018. The primary goal of the existing four-way stop being converted to a traffic light is the contribution this will make to a dependable schedule for the GO GEORGE…

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WITSAND earmarked for desalination plant.

Hessequa municipality, in conjunction with the University of Stellenbosch has created the Hessequa Helix to implement innovative solutions to the water crisis. Witsand has now been identified as the site for a desalination plant. The costs of implementing the plan to establish a plant at Witsand are estimated to be R9million. The French Treasury has…

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City allocates R50 million for electrification of Slovo Park Informal Settlement

The following speech was delivered by Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba during today’s sodturning event signifying the launch of the City’s electrification of Slovo Park Informal Settlement. For years the people of this settlement have knocked on government’s door, seeking help; asking for government to bring light to their community. Instead, you were forced to accept…

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