The Eastern Cape is participating in a national planning process “to develop the South African ocean economy”.
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The Basic Assessment Report (BAR) on a proposal by the metro to alleviate flooding in Summerstrand has been submitted to the Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism.
The project involves the construction...
Nelson Mandela Bay’s current assets total R3.2 billion, of which R1.6 billion or 50.25% is cash and investments and nearly R1.1 billion or 32.74% consumer debtors, The investment portfolio has increased by R23.7 million (1.8%) since June 2013.
Nelson Mandela Bay councillors will be required to report to Speaker Maria Hermans on a monthly basis as to “how they have made themselves available in communities to serve the needs of communities”.
In addition, in terms of the “Back to Basics”...
Nelson Mandela Bay will be the focus of a number of sub-sectors of the Non-Automotive Manufacturing (NAM) and Agro-Industrial Manufacturing (AIM) clusters to be rolled out by the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and...
Provincial Planning and Treasury has approved expenditure totalling R70 million by the Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) in Walmer Township.
ECDC has been handed the task of implementing province’s Integrated Infrastructure Programme.
The Coega Development Corporation says that while the potential still exists in the Nelson Mandela Bay Logistics Park to accommodate more investors in the 56-hectare Precinct A, plans are in place to develop the 126-hectare Precinct B.
The Safety and Security Committee has given the go ahead for the Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) proposal to introduce mobile parking meters in the Port Elizabeth CBD.
The MBDA plans to issue a call for proposals for the development, supply,...
Humewood Beach, the oldest Blue Flag beach in South Africa, will continue to enjoy that status for the 2014/15 season.
Humewood and Kings Beach have both been designated as Blue Flag beaches for 2014/15 while Hobie has been awarded pilot status.
Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Ben Fihla and his counterparts from across the country will tomorrow be briefed on government’s “Back to Basics” for local government.
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan said yesterday...
- Province part of national process to develop "Blue Economy"
- Progress On Proposal To Alleviate Flooding In Summerstarnd
- Nelson Mandela Bay's current assets now at R3.2 billion
- NMB Councillors Will Have To Report To Speaker On Service Delivery Actions
- Dedeat To Roll Out Cluster Programme In Nelson Mandela Bay
- R70 Million Approved For Walmer Township
- Plans In Place To Expand Mandela Bay Logistics Parks
- Committee Gives Green Light To CBD Parking Plan
- Another Blue Flag For "Stalwart" Humewood
- NMB Mayor To Be Told To Fill The Potholes And Make Sure Traffic Lights Work