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Invitation for public representations on the 2014/2015 Ugu District Municipality and Ugu South Coast Tourism, Ugu South Coast Development Agency Association’s Annual reports

The municipality is set to take a tough stance against residents who are found to be having illegal water connections within their properties.

Notice is hereby given in accordance with section 127(5) of the Municipal Finance Management Act, Act no. 56 of 2003 and section 21A of the Municipal Systems Act, Act no. 32 of 2000, which makes provision for the Accounting Officer to, immediately after the tabling of the annual report to Council, invite members of the public to submit their representations in connection with the annual report.
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DRAFT ANNUAL REPORT 2014 2015
  2015/16 Ugu District Municipality IDP Review Executive Summary (English Version)
  2015/16 Ugu District Municipality IDP Review Executive Summary (Zulu Version)
  2015/16 Annual Budget
Technical Adjustments Budget 2014/2015

Ugu District Mayor invests in education

Councillors, parents, officials and beneficiaries at the official handover of bursaries to tertiary students courtesy of Ugu District Municipality ... more...

 

Ugu District Mayor invests in education

Umuziwabantu cllr Nozi Dzingwa (second left), Ugu mayor cllr Ntombifikile Gumede(middle) and Umdoni Mayor Cllr Siyabonga Khwela with some of the students who received bursaries from Ugu District Municipality. The handover was held at St Martin de Porres on Tuesday this week ... more...

 

Ugu Mayor Donates Computers to Schools

Siphesihle Bhengu a Grade 12 pupil from Nani High School in Umzumbe sits in front of a computer for the very first time. Assisting him is the School Principal Mr Memela and Ugu Mayor, Cllr Ntombifikile Gumede.

 

Ugu Mayor Donates Computers to Schools

Ugu District Mayor Cllr Ntombifikile Gumede handed 11 computers to Mlotshwa High school in Umuziwabantu last week. Excited about the handover are Grade 12 learners (from left) Nkosazana Sikhosana, Anele Mntungwana and Thembeka Ncayiyane.

 



NOTICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS

Ugu District Municipality is committed to customer service and to communicate important information to our customers.

All Municipal customers are hereby requested to update their customer details with the municipality to enable us to contact you when required. Updated postal addresses, e-mail address and contact numbers are of special importance for communication purposes.

Updated information will ensure that all our customers receive monthly statements and any municipal notices timeously.

Customer details can be updated by completing the relevant form at the following offices:
  • 28 Connor Street, Port Shepstone
  • 27 Bazley Street, Port Shepstone
  • 98 Marine Drive, Oslo Beach
  • Preston Rd, Park Rynie
  • Lot 186, Musgrave Road, Harding
  Download:Customer Information Verification Form

Completed forms may be faxed to (039) 688 3453 or emailed to thobekile.mhlongo@ugu.gov.za
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Council Meetings 2016



Contacts


 Physical Address: 28 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, 4240
 Postal Address: PO Box 33 Port Shepstone 4240



 Telephone: 039 688 5700  Call Centre: 039 688 5830/36  Toll Free Number: 08000 92837  Fax: +27 39 682 4820        Email: info@ugu.gov.za

 


Contact Us GENERAL:
Tel: 039 688 5700 | Fax: 039 682 4820 | info@ugu.gov.za
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Call Centre: 039 688 5830/36 | Toll Free: 0800 092 837 | SMS: 92837 | enquiries@ugu.gov.za
FRAUD HOTLINE:
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