Notice Board
uMlalazi Municipality


Closing date:02 May 2018

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Closing date: 26 April 2018

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Closing Date: 13 March 2018

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Proposal: Development of Portion of a Taxi Rank Eshowe

Closing date: 09 March 2018

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Invitation to Apply to the Artisans Development Programme.

Closing Date: 15 December 2017

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Date: 19 September 2017 - Eshowe Town Hall - 10:00am

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Ushaka Search for the STARS Auditions 

Date: 20th August 2017 - Richards Bay

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The SARS Engangement Team will be here to assist you : Second Visit

Please be advised that the SARS will be visiting uMlalazi Municipality on the following dates to assist taxpayers issues.

Date: 17 August 2017 (Thursday) - 09h00 to 15h00

Date: 18 August 2017 (Friday) - 09h00 to 15h00

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Public Notice: Invitation to the Intergrated Development Plan: 

Representative Forum: 2017/18 - 2021/22 IDP and Budget review. 

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Drought Interventions


South Africa has experienced little to no rainfall since the beginning of the year. As a result drought conditions are being experienced across the country. To date five provinces are severely affected by the drought and declared disaster areas, with KwaZulu Natal as the province worst affected. Other provinces include Free State, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West.

The Department of Water and Sanitation has committed R352.6 million to the initial drought intervention projects in Kwazulu-Natal. Some of the emergency relief measures that are currently being implemented with the allocated funds are water tankering, borehole drilling and rehabilitation, water conservation and demand management, as well as water source augmentations.

Significant additional funding is still needed for a second drought declaration which is being led by the Province Disaster Management Unit of the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.

Working within the Inter-Ministerial Committee, considerations are being given to requests for similar interventions in the other affected provinces to support the human, agricultural, and economic needs related to water in these provinces.

South Africa experienced its worst drought in 1983 with national average dam level at 34.0%. Currently our national average dam level is sitting at 63.3%. This means that our regional water supply dams and schemes remain water secure sitting with positive water balance.

The department continues to encourage all consumers to use water sparingly. Our joint efforts have the potential to yield significant water savings that would go a long way in improving the water security of our country. 



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