The City of human Origin
THE CLIMATE TRAIN COMES TO MOGALE CITY
ARRIVAL DATE: 6 and 7 NOVEMBER 2011
TIME FOR PUBLIC VIEWING: 10AM – 6 PM
VENUE: KRUGERSDORP STATION
CONTACT DETAIL: MR S ZUKULU (0832311985)
Opening of kagiso swimming pool
The Municipality is aware of the fact that the swimming season started in September.
Notice of Public Participation
Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 21(1)(a) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act (Act 32 of 2000) that Mogale City Local Municipality will hold public participation meetings as part of the annual review of its Integrated Development Plan (IDP) and budget compilation process.
Notice of Public Participation Process
Notice is hereby given of a public meeting for the proposed expansion of the Luipaardslvei landfill site. The proposed process forms part of the Environmental Impact Assessment.
Comment on Draft Public Swimming Pool by-laws
Mogale City is inviting residents to comment on the Draft Public Swimming Pool by-laws before 30 April 2011. The Draft Public Swimming Pool By-laws are available on the website and all Mogale City Municipality libraries.
The city has developed a plan to develop new rural housing in Hekpoort. A new retail center, community facilities, and a primary school are also in the pipeline.
Draft 2009/10 Annual Report
The public is asked to comment on the Draft 2009/10 Annual Report. The Report is available for public inspection and submission of representations. Copies of the Annual Report are available in all public libraries of the MCLM as well as in the municipal website for a period of fourteen (14) days from Wednesday, 3rd February to Tuesday, 22nd February 2011.
Water quality compliance
Water quality compliance of Mogale City Local Municipality’s sampling points can be viewed on the Department of Water Affairs website.
This link will enable you to access the microbial, chemical and physical water quality status of Mogale City’s water sampling points as well as for the rest of the country. Microbial water quality is the state of the water with respect to the absence (good water quality) or presence (poor water quality) of microorganisms). Microbial water quality is usually indicated by reporting the count (number) of indicator organisms present in a given volume of water. The drinking water quality standards (SANS 241) require a compliance of 97% for water to be microbiologically acceptable. These percentages are calculated as averages over the last 3 months from data received. After the My Water link had been clicked a sampling point can be viewed. Type an area and Krugersdorp or Mogale (eg Kagiso Mogale) into the search block and Go. A green tick indicates that the samples taken at the sampling points are compliant to the SANS 241 standard. A red exclamation mark indicates that the samples are non-compliant.
Mogale City has achieved a blue drop status for 2010/2011. Under the Water Services Authorities ratings, the municipality is ranked 9th nationally and 3rd provincially. The Blue Drop status ensures local authorities maintain excellent compliance status, standards and good management practice in drinking water quality management and service delivery to the community.
Please visit the mobile site www.my-water.mobi to obtain mobile information on tap water quality in South Africa.
View your municipal account online
From January 2011 you are able to view your Municipal Account online! Steps to follow: