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ROMANTIC FRENCH SHOW AND OSCAR WILDE AT DIAS FESTIVAL
ROMANTIC FRENCH SHOW AND OSCAR WILDE AT DIAS FESTIVAL
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 29 January 2016
The 2016 Dias Festival, which takes place from 3 February 2016 to 7 February 2016, will again include entertainment for those who like to enjoy their music in quieter surroundings than the festival arena – and this year it will be in the form of a romantic French show and an Oscar Wilde show by Emile Minnie and Jeroen Kranenburg respectively.. Read More...
DIAS FESTIVAL WILL BE A TRUE MEETING OF CULTURES
DIAS FESTIVAL WILL BE A TRUE MEETING OF CULTURES
Published: Internal News Release - Monday, 25 January 2016
The 2016 Dias Festival will do justice to its slogan of “Where Cultures Meet.” In addition to South African cultures, the cultures of the People’s Republic of China, Indonesia, Madagascar, Spain and Germany will also be represented at this year’s festival.. Read More...
MUNICIPALITY GETS CLEAN AUDIT AGAIN
Published: Newsletter - Friday, 11 December 2015
The Mossel Bay Municipality received a clean audit for the 2015 financial year, the fourth consecutive year that this has been achieved.. Read More...
NATURAL DEBRIS TO BE LEFT ON BEACHES
Published: Newsletter - Friday, 11 December 2015
The Mossel Bay Municipality has decided not to remove natural debris from non-swimming beaches any more in the municipal area throughout the year and from swimming beaches during the winter months.. Read More...
PROPERTY VALUATION UNDERWAY
Published: Newsletter - Wednesday, 09 December 2015
The Municipality has recently appointed Suid-Kaap Eiendomswaardeerders from George by way of a tender process to do property valuations for the Municipality and they have already started carrying out a general valuation of all properties in the Greater Mossel Bay area. Read More...
MUNICIPALITY KEEPS GREEN IMAGE
MUNICIPALITY KEEPS GREEN IMAGE
Published: Newsletter - Tuesday, 10 November 2015
The Mossel Bay Municipality again kicked dust in the eyes of the fifteen other Western Cape local municipalities, which it competed with in the annual Greenest Municipality competition, by winning three of the six categories of the competition and also winning two special awards.. Read More...
MOSSEL BAY BEACHES RETAIN BLUE FLAG STATUS
MOSSEL BAY BEACHES RETAIN BLUE FLAG STATUS
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 09 October 2015
Four Mossel Bay beaches, namely De Bakke, Hartenbos, Little Brak River and Santos, retained their Blue Flag status for the 2015/2016 Blue Flag season.. Read More...
HERITAGE BUFFER ZONE TO PROTECT PINNACLE POINT CAVES
HERITAGE BUFFER ZONE TO PROTECT PINNACLE POINT CAVES
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 09 October 2015
The Town Council at its monthly meeting in September gave approval for the establishment of a heritage buffer zone for the Pinnacle Point cave complex.. Read More...
MUNICIPALITY TO EMPTY SEWAGE TANKS
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 09 October 2015
To counter the recurring problem of overflowing sewage tanks at private homes during the year-end holiday season, the Municipality will in future arrange for its own contractor to empty overflowingtanks for the account of the property owner. The cost is R90 per kilolitre, including VAT. . Read More...
BUFFER ZONE IMPLEMENTED AT PINNACLE POINT
Published: Mossel Bay Advertiser - Friday, 25 September 2015
MOSSEL BAY NEWS - A buffer zone will be established on the Pinnacle Point Estate to formally protect the Pinnacle Point cave complex from the possible impact of additional development in the area, Council decided at their monthly meeting on Wednesday, 23 September.. Read More...