MOGALE CITY

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INDIGENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

WHO CAN APPLY?
  • Mogale City residents
  • Households that are responsible for payment of municipality services and rates, earning a combined gross income equivalent to or less than two times government pension grant
  • Child headed families that are unable to fully meet their obligations for payment of municipal services and property rates on their monthly accounts
  • Employed people whose monthly income is below two times government pension grant
QUALIFYING CRITERIA
  • Applicant must reside on the property for which indigent status is applied for
  • Applicant must be the owner, tenant, occupier/vulnerable person who receives municipal services
  • An indigent may only derive benefit from one property. A household jointly owning more than one property and applying for indigent support must declare all additional properties to the municipality
PROGRAMME BENEFITS
  • 100% subsidised rates (as per Municipal Property Rates Act)
  • 6 kilolitres free basic water
  • 50 kW/h free basic electricity
  • 100% subsidised refuse removal
  • 100% subsidised sanitation services provided this is part of the municipality’s waterborne system
  • Municipality debt will be written off for approved applicants
    REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
    • Applicant’s certified ID copy
    • Sworn affidavit by the head of the household declaring income status if unemployed
    • Sassa slip if you are pensioner
    • 3 months bank statement or payslip if employed
    • Municipal account statement not older than 3 months
    • Copy of death certificate if account holder is deceased
    • Letter of authority/executorship if property is not in your name
    • Copy of marriage certificate or divorce decree
    • Title deed/permit if available
    • Electricity and water meter number
      WHERE TO APPLY

      Munsieville Elderly Centre
      Corner Corane and Jabulani Streets
      (011) 668 1508 / (010) 822 8039

      Chief Mogale MPCC Hall
      1145 Kagiso Avenue
      (010) 822 8027

      Lusaka Community Hall
      2880 Colombia Street

      Swaneville

      Please note that the indigent status is only valid for 24 months.

      GRANT IN AID

      Grant in Aid is a development programme set to financially assist organisations, bodies or projects that benefit the community and improve the quality of life for Mogale City residents.

      WHO CAN APPLY?
      • Special focus groups that deal with women, children, the youth, people with disabilities and the aged
      • HIV/AIDS non-governmental organisations
      • Poverty alleviation groups
      • Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) and cooperative developments
      • Tourism development groups
      • Sports, arts, culture and heritage development groups
      • Crime prevention and victim empowerment groups
      • People empowerment groups through training and skills development
      • Individuals participating in sport, recreation, arts, culture, SMME and cooperatives activities, based on need and the maximum amount
      REQUIREMENTS
      • An application form obtainable from selected Social Development offices must be completed
      • Proof of residential address of two members of the project committee (e.g. chairperson and treasurer) that are signatories to the project bank account
      • Ward Councillor’s signed letter of recommendation
      • Proof of utilisation of grant funding to be submitted by previous beneficiaries
      • Declare any other funding received from the private sector or other levels of government
      • In the case of individual applications, declare and submit proof of total household income per annum
      WHERE TO APPLY

      Social Development Offices
      Burgershoop Community Centre
      63 Lagois Street
      Krugersdorp West

      OR

      Community Development Services
      Central Clinic
      Corner Commissioner and Fountain Streets
      Krugersdorp

      PENSIONERS REBATE

      Pensioner’s rebate is a percentage discount given on property rates billable to a qualifying property owner in terms of the municipality’s Property Rates Policy.
      WHO CAN APPLY?
      • Residential property owners aged of 60 or older
      • Residential property owners certified by a qualified health practitioner as being mentally or physically disabled
      • Residential property owners whose household income does not exceed R150 000 per annum (approximately R12 500 per month

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      QUALIFYING CRITERIA
      • Applicant must be 60 years or older
      • Be the owner of the property where the rates are charged
      • Reside permanently on the property
      • The property must be categorised as residential
      • The applicant’s municipal account must be paid in full. If the account is in arrears, a valid agreement to settle must be in place
      • The total household income of the applicant if any, must not exceed the threshold provided in the Property Rates Policy
      REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
      • Affidavit
      • Certified ID copy
      • 3 months bank statement, 3 months Sassa proof of income or letter from previous employer (if newly unemployed)
      • Certificate from health practitioner
      • Current municipal account
      • Copy of arrangement to settle municipal account (if an arrangement is in place)
      WHERE TO APPLY

      Application forms are obtainable from the following Revenue offices:

      • Krugersdorp Civic Centre
      • Kagiso Mall
      • Kagiso Main (next to Sassa)
      • Azaadville
      • Lusaka
      • Rietvallei 2 and 3
      • Magaliesburg
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      Contact Numbers

      Call Centre

      0861 664 253
      customerservices@mogalecity.gov.za
      07:30 AM - 16:00 PM
      Monday to Friday

      WhatsApp Line: Water, Sewer and Electricity queries

      083 787 2814

      Switch Board

      011 951 2000

      Emergencies & After hours

      011 951 3000
      011 010 1500
      Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays

      Police

      011 951 1153/2