Thursday, February 21, 2019

R13M WHAMMY

Ndlambe must cough up money for retirement fund Ndlambe Municipality has to come up with more than R13-million to pay the Municipal Workers Retirement Fund...

UPDATE: Traffic Department closure

In a statement just received, Ndlambe municipal spokesman, Cecil Mbolekwa has informed the people of Port Alfred that the Traffic Department will now be...

Traffic Department will be closed this afternoon

Ndlambe municipal spokesman, Cecil Mbolekwa informs the people of Port Alfred that, due to the death of a colleague, the Traffic Department will be...

Water restrictions for Kenton-on-Sea, Bushman’s River, Marselle and surrounding areas

Ndlambe Municipality has issued a notice advising that Kenton-on-Sea, Bushman’s River, Marselle and surrounding areas are encountering drastic water challenges due to drought and...
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Stray cattle, yet again

Stray cattle on the side of the R72 going through Port Alfred on Thursday evening, November 15. A regular occurrence. Beasts wandering into the...

Municipality discusses housing project contention

Consistency was the call by the official opposition at the council chambers on Wednesday October 17 with respect to squatters at the site of...

Roads mess-up

State of the roads in Port Alfred Service roads alongside the R72 have been virtually destroyed due to the heavy machinery used in the ongoing...

UPDATE: WATER SITUATION IN PORT ALFRED

The municipality is experiencing water challenges in Port Alfred, due to Eskom power outrages. This started about two months ago, but as from 20th September...

BREAKING: Water problems

Message from Ward 10 councillor, Ray Schenk. An Eskom power line that feeds electricity to the water pump stations between the Sarel Hayward dam and...

EFF challenges ward councillor’s achievements

An accountability meeting for Nemato Ward 9 Councillor Mbuleli “Stwiga” Njibana, in which he reported back to constituents of all that he had accomplished,...

High court again orders Ndlambe to sort out cattle and commonages

A sequel in the Grahamstown High Court to the case of Ndlambe’s mismanaged commonages and the stray cattle issue, has seen the municipality again...

Construction to begin on West Beach Drive

CONSTRUCTION will begin on West Beach Drive this month and continue until July next year, the municipality has announced. The work will be done during...

WATER UPDATE: Outage caused by vandalism at balancing dam

This is to inform you about the water challenge that we are currently facing: The balancing dam where raw water is stored has experienced vandalism...

Water shortages alert by Ndlambe Municipality

Please be advised that there are water shortages in some areas in the township and in town, caused by Eskom power breakages at the...

Dispute with contractor holds up RO plant project

AMATOLA Water has revealed more about the status of the Port Alfred reverse osmosis (RO) plant TotT reported on two weeks ago. Municipal spokesman Cecil...

Protest becomes a riot

POLICE responded to a burning barricade protest at the Thornhill four-way intersection on the R67 last Thursday afternoon (June 28), firing rubber bullets at...

Municipality explains cause of water outages

RESIDENTS in parts of Port Alfred were frustrated by water outages last week and again over the weekend and on Monday. TotT received calls asking...

RO plant a white elephant?

UNCERTAINTY still surrounds the state of Amatola Water’s bulk water project for Ndlambe and whether there is sufficient water for the next phase of...

Watch out for announcement of new rates increase

EACH year the Ndlambe municipality has to compile a budget to balance income and expenditure, and this document goes through several iterations until finally...

Chaos at the municipal offices

A thick pall of smoke enveloped the top-end of Campbell Street at noon on Monday when EFF members, angry with the municipality because they...

Municipality mulling low cost houses at Boknes crossroads

NDLAMBE Municipality is considering a need for low cost housing at the Boknes/Cannon Rocks crossroads because of the distance workers have to travel to...

Poor pothole patching

NDLAMBE Municipality has come under fire for how its workers go about repairing potholes – an issue which has come up before. A concerned Nemato...

Clash over cattle

Problems continue with strays and Alexandria commonage A FORMER ANC councillor has landed a cushy job as Ndlambe’s commonage manager at R23 000 a month, but...

Lack of support at the Ward 10 mayoral imbizo

LAST week Talk of the Town published a brief snippet from the story on the mayoral imbizo. stating it was poorly attended by members...

At last, 43 Air School, Public Works and Ndlambe meet

THE long-awaited discussion between Ndlambe Municipality, the national Department of Public Works and 43 Air School took place at the council chambers on Friday...

Ward 10 shows little support at the mayoral imbizo

THERE was little participation at Thursday evening’s mayoral imbizo; an opportunity to have pressing questions answered by the municipality as well as to raise...

Water outages in parts of Port Alfred

NDLAMBE Municipality has issued an alert that there is a slow flow of incoming water at the water treatment plant for Port Alfred, which...

Flawed adjustment budget rejected by council

YESTERDAY'S council meeting to approve the adjustment budget ended in a compromise that had ANC and DA councillors agreeing to postpone the approval until...

Civil servants trash Port St Johns community town hall

MUNICIPAL officials in the Port St Johns Local Municipality (PSJLM) trashed the town hall with faeces and rubbish after not receiving promised salary increases. The...
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