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FIREBALLS AND MOSQUITOES IN MOSSEL BAY
Published: Internal News Release - Wednesday, 21 May 2014
Fireballs and mosquitoes will be exciting additions to the 2014 Mossel Bay Sports Festival – but it is certainly not a cause for concern! They are both types of boats that will participate in the regatta to be held at the Mossel Bay Yacht and Boat Club as part of the Sports Festival in October this year.. Read More...
TEAM ATHLETICS INCLUDED IN SPORTS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME
Published: Internal News Release - Tuesday, 20 May 2014
A team athletics event for schools, the Rawson’s Top 10 Athletics Meeting, will this year form part of the annual Mossel Bay Sports Festival for the first time. Organised by Point High School, the athletics event will take place on Saturday, 4 October 2014.. Read More...
SPORTS FESTIVAL DATES ANNOUNCED
SPORTS FESTIVAL DATES ANNOUNCED
Published: Mossel Bay Tourism. - Friday, 09 May 2014
The dates for Mossel Bay’s annual Sports Festival have been announced – and the organisers are urging everyone in the town to get involved.. Read More...
MAYOR THANKS RATEPAYERS
MAYOR THANKS RATEPAYERS
Published: Internal News Release - Thursday, 03 April 2014
Council wants to thank the ratepayers and users of municipal services sincerely for the way in which they have met their financial obligations towards the Municipality in the past financial year, and helped to ensure that Mossel Bay remains one of the financially healthiest local authorities in South Africa, said the Executive Mayor, Alderlady Marie Ferreira. . Read More...
MORE LOAD SHEDDING POSSIBLE
Published: Internal News Release - Thursday, 03 April 2014
Eskom has acknowledged that it has capacity problems and that it is under huge pressure to supply in the national demand for electricity. The possibility of more frequent load shedding and of longer supply interruptions in the months ahead can therefore not be excluded. . Read More...
DOG OWNERS NOT CO-OPERATING
Published: Internal News Release - Thursday, 03 April 2014
Dog owners are not co-operating and many continue to disregard the conditions which the Municipality set for allowing dogs on certain beaches for a trial period until 30 November 2014.. Read More...
RECYCLE FOR A BETTER FUTURE
RECYCLE FOR A BETTER FUTURE
Published: Internal News Release - Thursday, 03 April 2014
It is in the interest of all residents of Mossel Bay to support the Municipality’s waste recycling initiatives to protect the environment for future generations and also because the cost of establishing landfill areas and dumping sites, which are funded from ratepayers’ money, is very high. Residents are therefore urged to use the blue bags issued to them for this purpose. . Read More...
COUNCIL TABLES BUDGET OF R904,4 MILLION
COUNCIL TABLES BUDGET OF R904,4 MILLION
Published: Internal News Release - Friday, 28 March 2014
The Executive Mayor of Mossel Bay, Alderlady Marie Ferreira, tabled a total draft budget of R904,4 million for the 2014/2015 financial year at the Council meeting on 27 March 2014. This represents an increase of 2,4% over the revised total budget of R883,5 million for the current financial year. Read More...
MOSSEL BAY’S WATER QUALITY REMAINS TOPS
MOSSEL BAY’S WATER QUALITY REMAINS TOPS
Published: Internal News Release - Wednesday, 26 February 2014
The Mossel Bay Municipality continues to maintain excellent drinking water quality standards as evidenced by the results achieved in terms of the SANS 241-2013 standard for the Department of Water Affairs’ 2014 Blue Drop evaluation. Three of the Municipality’s biggest water purification plants received scores of 100%, while the other four achieved between 93% and 99%.. Read More...
BREAD TAGS WANTED FOR WHEELCHAIRS
BREAD TAGS WANTED FOR WHEELCHAIRS
Published: Internal News Release - Monday, 10 February 2014
The Municipality is still short of its target of 247,5 kg of bread tags for a wheelchair for a needy person, and appeals to the public to collect the tags and hand them in at the Municipality.. Read More...