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EXTENSION OF COVID-19 RELIEF FOR RESIDENTS AND BUSINESS OWNERS

Residents and business owners can breathe a sigh of relief as Mayor Kaunda signed an extension for the Covid_19 debt relief that was meant to end yesterday, 30 June 2020.Customers now have until 31 December 2020, to ensure that they…
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Lockdown reveals the benefits of managed precincts

Comfortably a month into lockdown level three, the deserted streets of April and May are a distant memory. In June the Florida Road UIP heartily welcomed the opening of businesses and the return of people to the precinct. But more…
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Executive Committee Decisions: Rates Relief For B&B’s And Guesthouses

A report outlining special rates relief for B&Bs and guesthouses in eThekwini was tabled at an online Executive Committee meeting held today, 26 May. This is being done to ensure their sustainability during the lockdown. The report states that a…
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Calling For The Inspection Of The Fourth Supplementary Valuation Roll (Gv 2017) And Lodging Of Objections

EThekwini Municipality has released its fourth Supplementary Valuation Roll for the 2017 General Valuation. The roll was published on 21 May 2020 and is open for inspection until 31 July 2020. Property owners are encouraged to inspect the roll to…
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Executive Committee Decisions: Resumption Of Credit Control And Debt Collection Processes

The City will be resuming with its credit control and debt collection processes effective from 1 July 2020 to ensure that it is in a stable financial position in order to continue to provide essential services to eThekwini residents. This…
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AUTOMATIC RATES REBATE RENEWAL

Beneficiaries of rates rebates do not have to resubmit a renewal application. The City wants to limit the movement of its most vulnerable residents and will therefore automatically renew the rebates for the following categories of rebate beneficiaries: • Senior…
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CLOSURE OF GARDEN REFUSE SITES

The eThekwini Municipality wishes to inform the public that garden refuse sites remain closed under level 4 of South Africa’s Covid-19 lockdown regulations. However, the Municipality continues with the collection of domestic refuse as per the normal schedule and residents…
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ORANGE BAG RECYCLING PROGRAMME TO RE OPEN IN JUNE

The City would like to inform residents that the Kerbside Orange Bag Recycling Programme will resume its operation on 01 June 2020. Cleansing and Solid Waste Unit has ensured that it adheres to the standards placed by the Department of…
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