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The State of the Metro address presented by Nelson Mandela Bay Executive Mayor Danny Jordaan today [Thursday, June 9] was on the whole favourably received by the business community of Nelson Mandela Bay.
After a year of tremendous activity and numerous engagements with the Executive Mayor, there has most definitely been a bolstering of the leadership in the city and with this an enhancement of business confidence in our region.
Recently, Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler was interviewed by eNCA regarding the challenges facing the Nelson Mandela Bay and the role of the Business Chamber in creating an enabling business environment in the region.
An exciting component of the MBDA security programme is the inclusion of a K9 unit. The unit is made up of eight dogs, each paired with skilled rangers.
Damage to property was calculated to be at least R 502 500, with fences and several shop windows needing to be repaired. Many of these businesses were not insured for public violence and would have to foot the repair bills themselves.
A delegation from the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber visited some of the affected Walmer businesses on Friday following the violence, intimidation and destruction of property last week.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber strongly condemns the violence, intimidation and wanton destruction of private property associated with the protest action in Walmer this morning. Whilst we understand the frustrations of the community in the matters they are raising, we implore to all residents of Nelson Mandela Bay to raise issues through the appropriate channels available.
Nelson Mandela Bay residents will pay at least 12.20% more for electricity in 2015/16.
Statement released by the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber regarding the water situation and other urgent matter in Nelson Mandela Bay:
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber expresses its extreme disappointment at the manner in which the...
A budget of just less than R6 million has been provided for the current financial year.
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- State of the Metro Address
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- Nelson Mandela Bay metro shows bite behind its bark
- Close to R2.5-million in damages suffered during Walmer violence
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber assess Walmer damages
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber condemns Walmer violence
- NERSA gazettes electricity tariff hikes for 2015/16 financial year
- Chamber calls for transparency in the face of crisis
- MBDA moving ahead with acquisition of derelict properties