• Jeffreys Bay
    Ocean View residents demand services

    The second community march within a week took place today in Jeffreys Bay when about 200 residents from Ocean View took to the streets and marched to the Municipal buildings in Jeffreys Bay. The lack of toilets in the squatter camp, roads that are no go zones when it rains, power cuts and a ward […]

  • Jeffreys Bay
    St Francis Bay residents are told not to panic

    Residents of St Francis Bay have been told that there is no immediate danger that the pool of water between the dunes above Santareme will breach and flood the area. This follows a site meeting by Kouga Municipality’s technical team and the St Francis Bay Residents Association yesterday morning. Kouga Executive Mayor Booi Koerat, who […]

  • Jeffreys Bay
    We demand service delivery say JBay residents

    About 350 people from Jeffreys Bay and St Francis Bay marched onto the Kouga Municipal building yesterday morning as tensions over a lack of service delivery continue to simmer in the town. Sewage that is poring onto the beaches, roads that cannot be driven on due to huge potholes, suppliers that are not being paid […]

  • Please return all outstanding library books

    Library books issued before 4 November  at Jeffreys Bay must be returned before the end of the month. This is the urgent appeal from Jeffreys Bay Library staff as they finalise the switch over to the new Brocade computer system. Fines on late books will also be scrapped until the end of November to ensure people […]

  • Water restrictions have been lifted in Jeffreys Bay

    THE partial water restrictions that remain in place in the Nelson Mandela Metro are not applicable to the Kouga region. This is the assurance given by Kouga Executive Mayor Booi Koerat this week following confusion about the lifting of water restrictions in Kouga. The Mayor explained that while the Metro had only eased its restrictions, […]

  • Sewage spill under control

    A new pump costing around R 150 000 that was fitted into the Koraal Street pump station late Wednesday afternoon has halted the worst sewage spill Jeffreys Bay has ever seen. For nearly 3 weeks the town has been held hostage to sewage flowing freely in the streets and caused the newly elected Mayor, Booi […]

  • New mayor elected for Kouga

    ANC Councillor Booi Koerat was sworn in as the new Executive Mayor of the Kouga Municipality at Humansdorp today. An old school principal and mayor of the former Humansdorp Transitional Local Council (TLC), Koerat pledged his commitment to serving his community to loud applause at the packed inaugural meeting of the new Kouga Council. Former […]

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