Indicative of the critical water shortage in Nelson Mandela Bay, Mayor Athol Trollip has declared a local state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act.
Water supply to various areas of Nelson Mandela Bay will be affected this week.
SANRAL’s Training Academy affords young graduates the opportunity to participate in a structured training programme under the supervision of experienced professional civil engineers.
SANRAL announces R 1,6 billion investment in road network in Sarah Baartman District Municipality and Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality for the 2017/18 financial year.
The total average dam levels have dropped to 43.5%. With the last 10% (dead storage) of dam's water mostly not useable, dam levels are effectively 33.5% of useable water with approximately 12 month of useable water left at current consumption levels.
Cooperatives in Nelson Mandela Bay received a major boost with the official launch of the Nelson Mandela Bay Cooperative Chamber (NMBCC), an apex body tasked with the responsibility to ensure the sustainability and success of its members.
Water cuts are set to commence due to repair and maintenance for quality water distribution and the elimination of water losses.
SANRAL announces R120-million programme that forms part of the small business support strategies to optimise local economic development through the N2 Wild Coast Toll Road.
Poultry crisis is currently being addressed through the a government-initiated response process.
Business Sector Workshops have been taking place at City Hall to create a joint City Vision.
- Mayor declares local state of disaster
- Water supply to be affected in Nelson Mandela Bay
- SANRAL providing crucial training for engineering graduates
- SANRAL announces R 1,6 billion investment in road network
- Call on members to save water
- New body launched for cooperatives in Nelson Mandela Bay
- Water cut notice
- SANRAL rolls out R120-million towards Community Development and SMME Training
- Poultry Task Team established by government
- Collaboration is the key to growth in Nelson Mandela Bay