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Water Restrictions for Oudtshoorn’s Rural Areas to be Applied
Thursday, 30 October 2014 09:57

waterrestrictionsOudtshoorn, October 29, 2014 – The water shortage for the past week in Dysselsdorp, De Rust and the Klein Karoo Rural Water Supply Scheme (KKRWSS) provisioning areas has become critical that water saving measures be implemented in these areas.

The water shortages are caused by the vandalism of the municipal borehole stations, excessive water usage and breakage of the pumps. Two borehole stations were vandalized in Dysselsdorp about two weeks ago and as a result the pumps were out of commission for three days. Another contributing factor to the water shortage was a temporary electricity outage resulting to the failure of the pumps.

Dysselsdorp was out of water over the past weekend. Two municipal water trucks and one of the South African National Defence Force’s Infantry School transported water from Oudtshoorn to Dysselsdorp and De Rust on last Saturday and Sunday as taps in these areas ran dry. This then drained the reservoirs as the water could not be pumped into the reservoirs

The vandalized borehole stations have been repaired. Procurement of equipment to repair the broken pumps is in progress.

Implementation MIG Projects Worth R 20 Million in Progress
Thursday, 30 October 2014 09:47

migprojects smallOudtshoorn, October 24, 2014 – The Oudtshoorn Municipality’s Technical Services Directorate is making strides in the implementation of the Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) valued at R 20 Million for the current financial year ending in June next year.

The upgrading of the Oudtshoorn Waste Water Treatment Works (WWTW) worth R 5.5 Million has been completed within the first half of the 2014/15 financial year. The upgrading of the De Rust’s WWTW which commenced in the previous financial year has also been completed. The value of this project was R 3.3 Million. The upgrading of the Dysselsdorp WWTW valued at R 7.2 Million will be done in the 2015/16 and 2016/17 financial years. Another infrastructural project in the pipeline for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 financial years is the upgrade of the Grootkop Solid Waste site worth R 12.6 Million.

Pothole Repair Project in Full Swing
Thursday, 30 October 2014 09:40

potholeproject smallOudtshoorn, October 24, 2014 – More than 50 percent of potholes in the streets in and around the Oudtshoorn’s Central Business District have been repaired following a special drive of pothole repair the Oudtshoorn Municipality has initiated in August this year.

The Municipality in the Oudtshoorn has in its own Capital funding set aside R 1 Million to start fixing the potholes in Wards 1, 2 and 3. To date fixing of potholes in 24 streets have been completed. This pothole fixing drive has since August this year secured 60 job opportunities for local people and boosted the local business with plant hiring.

The project is still continuing and has already surpassed the R 1 Million spending.

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