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Grim discovery of electrocuted man the second incident in weeks Published: February 13, 2020 The discovery of a seriously electrocuted man with serious burn wounds during an alleged attempted cable theft at the Ditchling electricity substation made for a very unpleasant experience for Nelson Mandela Bay electricity and energy employees.
Reprieve as Live Enrolment Unit machines back online at Traffic and Licensing Departments Published: February 13, 2020 The Live Enrolment Unit machines at both the Korsten and Uitenhage Traffic and Licensing Departments are back online which means prospective consumers can renew their driver’s licenses and book learner’s licenses again.
Statement by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Interim Executive Mayor, Councilllor Thsonono Buyeye Published: February 13, 2020 On behalf of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and the leadership collective, I would like to make it clear that the recent story published to the effect that City had forfeited R800 million meant for service delivery is not true.
DLCA national challenges affecting services at Traffic and Licensing Centres Published: February 11, 2020 Prospective clients of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Traffic and Licensing Centres in Uitenhage and Korsten are advised that renewals of driver’s licenses or any services requiring electronic bookings cannot be transacted at this time.
Water interruption update Published: February 07, 2020 Nelson Mandela Bay would like to inform residents and businesses that water situation remains critical and constrained. Most affected areas continue to get intermittent water supply, low pressure and no water. Demand on the reticulation continue to b...
Nelson Mandela Bay is running out of water Published: February 07, 2020 Nelson Mandela Bay is facing the reality of running out of water (Nelson Mandela Bay runs dry) with a number of areas already starting to experience water shortages. As a result, urgent action must be taken in order to contain the situation.
Shock and dismay as veteran traffic officer callously gunned down Published: February 04, 2020 The Safety and Security directorate expressed its shock and dismay following the brutal murder of a veteran officer who served the traffic law enforcement fraternity diligently for 33 years.
No significant increase in dam levels despite recent intermittent rain Published: January 23, 2020 The recent sporadic rain in Nelson Mandela Bay might have been a relief for plants and residents with water tanks but it did not have any significant impact on the levels of our main water supply dams.
Curtailment of daily water consumption critical as drier summer predicted Published: January 26, 2020 Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Executive Director for Infrastructure and Engineering, Dr Walter Shaidi, said the curtailment of consumption levels are crucial since further punitive tariffs were implemented when our dam levels reached 20% in the pas...
Gelvandale reservoir zone problems Published: January 17, 2020 After the prolong electricity outage from Sunday pumping arrangements had to be stopped and the maintenance staff has been struggling to recommission the pump station. As at 12:00 today the maintenance teams managed to restart the pump station.
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