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Mossel Bay Municipality


View a detailed map Mossel Bay was officially proclaimed a town in 1848 and in 1852 it became a Municipality. As a result of the new municipal dispensation introduced by the South African Government, during December 2000 the Municipality of Mossel Bay was merged with those of the much smaller Friemersheim, Great Brak River and Herbertsdale to establish the present-day Municipality of Mossel Bay.

The municipal area, demarcation code WC043, is 2007 sq km in size and includes the towns and / or settlements of Mossel Bay, Boggoms Bay, Brandwag, Buisplaas, D'Almeida, Dana Bay, Glentana, Fraaiuitsig, Friemersheim, Great Brak River, Hartenbos, Herbertsdale, Hersham, KwaNonqaba, Little Brak River, Outeniqua Beach, Reebok, Ruiterbos, Southern Cross, Tergniet and Vleesbaai.

It is situated on the N2 approximately halfway between the coastal cities of Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. It is bordered by the Municipalities of George to the east, Langeberg to the west and Oudtshoorn to the north. Its western boundary is the Gouritz River and its northern boundary the Outeniqua mountains. To the east it stretches to the Maalgate River.

Its main economic activities are agriculture (aloes, cattle, citrus, dairy, ostriches, sheep, timber, vegetables and wine), fishing, light industry, petrochemicals and tourism.

 
 

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Latest News


MUNICIPALITY GIVES LONG-SERVICE AWARDS TO EMPLOYEES
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 14 August 2015
The Mossel Bay Municipality presented long-service awards this week to 167 employees with 20 years or more service with the Municipality. This followed two functions last week at which recognition was given to 110 employees and 53 employees with 10 and 15 years’ service respectively.. Read More...
FORTY CODES ENTERED FOR SPORTS FESTIVAL
FORTY CODES ENTERED FOR SPORTS FESTIVAL
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 14 August 2015
The annual Mossel Bay Sports Festival continues to grow. The 2015 Festival, which will take place from 1 October 2015 until 8 October 2015, has attracted entries from 40 different sports codes this year compared to between 25 and 30 per year previously.. Read More...
MANAGING THE HERITAGE OF MOSSEL BAY
Published: Newsletter - Friday, 07 August 2015
Any modifications or alterations of structures, which are older than 60 years, require a permit in terms of legislation and are also subject to certain municipal requirements.. Read More...
APPLY NOW FOR FESTIVE SEASON TRADING ON SIDEWALKS, PUBLIC SPACES IN CBD
Published: Municipality - Friday, 31 July 2015
Business owners in the designated areas in the Central Business District of Mossel Bay who want to trade on sidewalks and public spaces as allowed in terms of the Municipality’s Policy on Outdoor Dining and Trading in the Mossel Bay CBD, need to apply as soon as possible if they want to be ready for this for the coming year-end holiday season.. Read More...