All owners of buildings, residential or non-residential must apply for occupancy certificates according to act 14 of the NATIONAL BUILDING REGULATION ACT 103 OF 1977. Owners have 14 days to apply for occupancy after a final inspection has been conducted.
GOVAN MBEKI MUNICIPALITY INVITES ALL LESSEES TO COME AND RENEW THEIR EXPIRED LEASE Govan Mbeki Municipality will like to invite all those who are currently occupying its properties to come and renew their lease agreement The lessees are advised to bring the following documents: Residential Certified Identity document Proof of income Marital certificate if married […]
Water Shedding Schedule WATER SAVINGS TIPS Taps When brushing your teeth remember to turn off the tap- a running tap wastes litres of water per minute. Leak detection and repair: To detect a slow lead add a few drops of food colouring to your toilet cistern. Don’t flush it for about an hour. […]
Bakery handed over to Uxolo Lwethu Co-operative The Govan Mbeki Municipality in partnership with Pan African Resources Mine handed over a bakery in eMbalenhle to members of Uxolo Lwethu Co-operative on the 4th of September 2015. The purpose of the projects is enterprise development through business infrastructure, job creation and poverty eradication. The project […]
Minister of Health receives report from SABCOHA Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi received a detailed progress report from the business community regarding the fight against HIV and Aids and Tuberculosis (TB) in the Gert Sibande District at the Graceland on Thursday, 9 July 2015. SABCOHA co-signed a pledge during the South African National Aids Council […]
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