Published: 24 Jun 2022, Resolved: 25 Jun 2022RESOLVED
Loadshedding increase to STAGE 4 from 11H00 to 00H30.
Friday 24 June 2022
* 11H00 - 12H30: Groups 7, 12, 17, 3
* 12H00 - 14H30: Groups 8, 13, 18, 4
* 14H00 - 16H30: Groups 9, 14, 19, 5
* 16H00 - 18H30: Groups 10, 15, 1, 6
* 18H00 - 20H30: Groups 11, 16, 2, 7
* 20H00 - 22H30: Groups 12, 17, 3, 8
* 22H00 - 00H30: Groups 13, 18, 4, 9
Published: 22 Jun 2022, Resolved: 24 Jun 2022RESOLVED
Stage 2 loadshedding will commence at 05H00 until 00H30.
Thursday, 23 June 2022
* 05H00 - 06H30: Group 11,16
* 06H00 - 08H30: Group 12,17
* 08H00 - 10H30: Group 13,18
* 10H00 - 12H30: Groups 14,19
* 12H00 - 14H30: Groups 15,1
* 14H00 - 16H30: Groups 16,2
* 16H00 - 18H30: Groups 17,3
* 18H00 - 20H30: Groups 18,4
* 20H00 - 22H30: Groups 19,5
* 22H00 - 00H30: Groups 1,6
Published: 20 Jun 2022, Resolved: 23 Jun 2022RESOLVED
Stage 2 loadshedding will be implemented from 10H00 until 00H30.
Wednesday, 22 June 2022
* 10H00 - 12H30: Groups 2, 7
* 12H00 - 14H30: Groups 3, 8
* 14H00 - 16H30: Groups 4, 9
* 16H00 - 18H30: Groups 5, 10
* 18H00 - 20H30: Groups 6, 11
* 20H00 - 22H30: Groups 7, 12
* 22H00 - 00H30: Groups 8, 13
Published: 19 Jun 2022, Resolved: 21 Jun 2022RESOLVED
UPDATE ON THE VANDALISED PIPE AFFECTING BETHELSDORP AND ASPEN HEIGHTS
The repair work on the vandalised pipe has been completed and the water supply has been restored.
We thank residents for their patience and understanding.
Residents are encouraged to report all acts of vandalism and criminal activity involving municipal property to 041 406 5500.
Published: 16 Jun 2022, Resolved: 21 Jun 2022RESOLVED
MORE THAN 15 000 HOUSEHOLDS USE WATER CARELESSLY IN THE METRO.
More than 15 000 bay households are still using water carelessly. This was revealed by the Minister of Water and Sanitation Honourable Senzo Mchunu at a community meeting held at the Walmer Multi-Purpose Centre this afternoon.
Minister Mchunu said that the Municipality has developed a system that identifies households that have a high water usage.
He said tha identified households will be heavily fined and have water flow restrictors installed in their premises.
The Minister pleaded with residents to save water and encouraged them to report water leaks.
Residents raised their concerns with the Minister. Top of the list was water leaks, perceived lack of urgency from the officials dealing with the water crisis and the need for the community to be involved in more projects.
Also in attendance were the Executive Mayor, Cllr. Eugene Johnson, the Member of the Mayoral Committee for Roads and Transport, Cllr. Itumeleng Ranyele, and the Ward Councillors.
Residents are encouraged to report water leaks via the following platforms: