Latest Load Shedding News Friday, 17 April 2015: NOTICE

Eskom Western Cape implemented STAGE 2 load shedding in:

  • Riviersonderend  from 18:00-20:30
  • Villiersdorp from 22:00-00:30
  • Caledon, Botrivier, Genadendal, Greyton and Tesselaarsdal from 20:00-22:30

VOORGESTELDE WYSIGING EN AANVAARDING VAN VERSKEIE MUNISIPALE VERORDENINGE NOTICE

Kennis geskied hiermee ingevolge Artikel 12(3)(b) van die Plaaslike Regering: Munisipale Stelselswet, 2000 (Wet Nr. 32 van 2000), dat die Munisipaliteit van Theewaterskloof van voorneme is om die verordeninge soos gelys hieronder te wysig of te aanvaar:

PROPOSED REVISION AND ADOPTION OF SEVERAL MUNICIPAL BYLAWS NOTICE

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 12(3) (b) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000) that the Theewaterskloof Municipality intends to revise or adopt the bylaws listed below:

Program for urban upgrade through violence prevention signed by TWK

Theewaterskloof and specifically Villiersdorp had, after a thorough selection process, been chosen to participate in the Violence Prevention through Urban Upgrade (VPUU) programme.

Burgemeester se Begrotingsrede en Begroting van 2015/2016

Raadsheer Chris Punt, Uitvoerende Burgemeester van Theewaterskloof munisipaliteit beskou die samestelling van 2015/2016 se konsepbegroting as een van die taaistes van sy loopbaan.

“Inkomstebronne is beperk en 53% van inwoners dra nie by tot belastings en tariewe nie en die vraag na dienslewering en opgradering van infrastruktuur neem skerp toe.

Theewaterskloof tops Western Cape LED maturity

Theewaterskloof is leading municipal LED practices.
   This was confirmed by the fourth annual municipal Local Economic Development (LED) maturity assessment in January 2015 which resulted in Theewaterskloof municipality being rated the best amongst 27 participating Western Cape municipalities, for the third consecutive year.
   LED maturity assessment is a practical mechanism of the Western Cape Department of Local Government and Tourism and SALGA to assess municipal LED maturity. It results from information gathered from municipal LED principals and is based on the decision making abilities, strategies, implementation and outcomes.  
  LED maturity assessment was implemented in 2012 and this year 27 of the 30 municipalities in the Western Cape competed.
   Primary objectives of the maturity assessment is to systematically improve municipal LED practices, creating  sound municipal LED capacities, improve local economies, reduce poverty and raise municipal income through growth and investment..

Participation in the 2014/15 Ward Delimitation process

The Municpal Demarcation Baord has invited our municipality, and all stakeholders in our municipal area to participate in the ward delimitation process. The MDB provided us with draft ward boundaries to consider.

More details below:

PROPOSED REVISION AND ADOPTION OF SEVERAL MUNICIPAL BYLAWS

THEEWATERSKLOOF MUNICIPALITY
PROPOSED REVISION AND ADOPTION OF SEVERAL MUNICIPAL BYLAWS

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 12(3) (b) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000) that the Theewaterskloof Municipality intends to revise or adopt the bylaws listed below:

DRAFT INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND BUDGET PROCESS PLAN - 2015/2016

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 28 of the Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000, that the Theewaterskloof Municipality’s Draft Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and Budget Process Plan for the 2015/2016 financial year is available for comments.

It is available on for downloading by clicking HERE or in hardcopy at the following offices:

NOW AVAILABLE: MUNICIPAL TARIFF CALCULATOR

The tariff calculator is a tool designed to assist residential consumers to calculate monthly municipal accounts based on either actual or estimated consumptions. The tool allows residential consumers to plan ahead as it clearly illustrate the financial impact of new tariffs by comparing current years municipal account to that of the next financial based on the same consumption patterns.

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