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Mayor Danny Jordaan and MBDA kick-start R20m development in Helenvale


Friday 29th July, Helenvale in Port Elizabeth, The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) owned Mandela Bay Development Agency today launched the first batch of community development programmes worth an estimated R20m. The projects under the banner of Safety and Peace through Urban Upgrading (SPUU) are part of a finance agreement between KfW, a German Development Bank and the NMBM.

Public invited to view reconditioned Campanile bells


It has been little more than 10 weeks since the first of the 23 bells from the Campanile were lowered to make way for the restoration of this iconic tourist attraction, the bells are ready ring once again. The 23 bells weigh an estimated 17 tons in total, with the biggest weighing nearly 5 tons are now stationed at the Tramways before they make their journey to the Campanile.
The Mandela Bay Development Agency has decide to display the bells at the Tramways build

Fruitful discussions with Business over Mobile Parking programme


The Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) today (8th June 2016) held fruitful discussions with interested businesses, property owners and traders operating in the designated inner city mobile parking metre programme. The issues raised by business will be thoroughly investigated and considered before the programme gets finalized in the later part of 2016. Business representatives in attendance included a range of sectors from financial services, architects, retailers and a significant number of major property owners in the Central Business District.

Iconic Campanile bells to be removed tomorrow


Port Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela Bay 25 April - The Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) a Not for Profit Company wholly owned by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) tomorrow marks a significant phase in the restoration of the City’s iconic landmark, the Campanile.

The NMBM tasked the MBDA to restore the ageing Campanile after an evaluation found the landmark to be structurally unsafe and needing significant maintenance. The restoration work commenced at the beginning of March 2016 and should be completed in the first quarter of 2017.

Public input invited on future of Telkom Park


THE public of Nelson Mandela Bay will have the opportunity to have their say on the future of the old Telkom Park stadium at a public meeting tomorrow (Wednesday, 2 March).

The meeting, at the Kelway Hotel at 18.30, forms part of the public participation process to guide the drafting of a precinct plan for the redevelopment of the stadium area into a public asset for the city, Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) planning and development manager Dorelle Sapere said.

MBDA board sets the course for the next 5 years


In just over a month since being appointed as new directors, the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) board has set in motion a process to chart the future of the agency for the next five years. During the first weekend of November, the MBDA...