The Mayor condemns xenophobic attacks

The Mayor of uMkhanyakude District Municipality, Cllr Jeffery Vilane condemns the attacks on foreign nationals in KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country. This unnatural behaviour must stop because we cannot continue killing each another as Africans who co-exist within the same continent...Read more

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Kwa-Zulu Natal Government launches ‘back to basics’ programme.

The Premier for Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, Mr Senzo Mchunu with the MEC for Cooperative Government and Traditional Affairs, Mrs Nomusa Dube-Ncube, on the 17 February 2015, launched a wide-ranging ‘Back to Basics’ programme aimed at restoring the spirit of effective service delivery, efficient administration and clean governance in the Province’s 61 municipalities ...Read more

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WATER RESTRICTIONS ENTAIL THE BANNING OF:

The use of hosepipes from municipal supply mains  •  Watering of gardens  •  Filling of swimming pools  •  Washing of motor vehicles, motorcycles, boats, etc.  •  Washing of paths, paved areas and roads  •  The use of irrigation/sprinkler systems •  Automatic flushing urinals - these shall be turned off in all public buildings when vacated and prohibited in new buildings

The municipality urges all residents within the district to please use water sparingly. Thank You!

“Together moving uMkhanyakude forward”

Mr. Mduduzi Dlamini - UMkhanyakude District Spokesperson

 
 

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