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Oudtshoorn Municipality Responds to Recent Cango Caves’ Media Reports
Thursday, 31 July 2014 14:15

mayor newOUDTSHOORN – Extraordinary media reports quoting outrageous statements from Western Cape politicians and local business leaders on the management of the Cango Caves compel me to set the record straight.

The Oudtshoorn Municipality owns the Cango Caves and has a Constitutional obligation to manage the Cango Caves.

The 2014/15 Oudtshoorn Budget provides for the upgrading of Cango Caves amenities in the amount of R16m. The bookkeeping fulfilling this budgetary obligation was recently completed in the ordinary course of fiscal and service delivery account management.

Subsequent newspaper banners like “Geldskok” therefore raises eye brows.

The improvements to the Cango Caves, including the additional upgrading of the electricity infrastructure of some R4m, and the additional introduction of LED (light-emitting diode) lights spur tourism and support local business.

Municipal Councillors and Officials do Good on Mandela Day
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:40

plantingtrees smallOUDTSHOORN – Municipal councillors and official were out on the streets on July 18 participating in the internationally celebrated Mandela Day doing humanitarian work to the needy.

The Executive Mayor, Aldm Gordon April spend the Monday morning planting trees in Dysselsdorp at houses of elderly people and at the newly built taxi rank. The Municipal Community Services department officials cooked soup and dished it in the farms surrounding Oudtshoorn on the chilly day of July 18. They also gave clothes to farm residents and children at Nooitgedacht, Matjiesrivier and Grootkraal.

Municipality Sustains R 40 000 Worth of Damage to Vandalism in Dysselsdorp
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:28

vandalismdysseldorp smallOUDTSHOORN – The Oudtshoorn Municipality has opened a case of malicious damage to property after one of the Municipal borehole stations was vandalized in Varkieskloof near Dysselsdorp recently sustaining a loss of approximately R 40 000.

On inspection of the damaged caused on Monday 14 July it was discovered that the switch gear and telemetry box have been severely damaged. It was furthermore detected that an electric cable was stolen from the station.

The Municipality is deeply concerned that members of the community would seem to deliberately want destroy and steal municipal property/equipment that renders a basic human need to the community.

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