Refuse collection for Morningside, Francis Evatt Park, Parsonsvlei, Kabega Park, Van Der Stel, Tulbagh, Rowallan Park, Taybank, Bridgemeade, Moregrove, Western Hills, Schoenmakerskop, Westering, Linton Grange and Bramhope takes place today, Saturday, 16 June.
These areas could not be serviced yetserday due to the ongoing industrial action.
Both the Korsten and Uitenhage Traffic and Driving License Centres were not operational yesterday as well as the Costumer Care Centres at Mfanasekhaya Gqoboshe, Walmer, Uitenhage Town Hall and Korsten due to the municipal strike.
Isolated incidents of intimidation have also been reported but swift action from the Joint Operations Centre (JOC), established yesterday morning, to deal with all strike-related issues.
A dedicated number (041 506 7405) during office hours has been established for residents to report refuse collection matters and a contingency plan is simultaneously being implemented.
We would like to appeal to residents, who are able to take their domestic and garden refuse to drop-off centres, to do so. These centres are open from 07:00 and 17:00 daily and no one will be denied access during this period.
Traffic Driving License Appointments – are currently being postponed to renew driving licenses with a week.
Electricity disconnections – To restore your supply due to blocked electricity accounts, please note payments to ABSA, EasyPay points and online can still be done. Fax proof of payment to 041 506 1442 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Residents can report refuse collection issues at 041 506 2833 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest posts by NMB Communications (see all)
- No ‘Christmas Box’ for Municipal Workers - 11 December 2018
- Walmer Area Water Shutdown - 29 November 2018
- Commitments from Bobani - 27 November 2018
- Gender-based violence has reached crisis levels in the Eastern Cape - 26 November 2018
- Temporary Closure of Koedoeskloof Landfill Site in Despatch - 19 November 2018