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Dringende Kennisgewing
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 16:01

mun logoDie munisipaliteit wil u vriendelik herinner om u munisipale rekeninge van NOVEMBER 2015, voor of op die 10de DESEMBER 2015 te vereffen, om die af sny van u dienste te voorkom.

Urgent Notice

The municipality kindly remind you to settle your municipal accounts of NOVEMBER 2015 on or before the 10th DECEMBER 2015, to avoid disconnection of your services.

Local Government Standing Committee affirms support to the administration during oversight visit
Thursday, 03 December 2015 11:09

standingcommittee smallThe members of the Standing Committee on Local Government of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament led by its Chairperson, Honorable Malizole Mqasela visited Oudtshoorn on 19 November 2015 to discuss the mandate and terms of reference of the administrator, progress made since the appointment of the administrator and challenges in relation to the execution of the administrator’s mandate.

The delegation also consisted of the Western Cape Provincial Treasury, office of the Auditor-General, South African Local Government Association (SALGA) and the Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning. This visit is part of the oversight role the Standing Committee on Local Government has to play into the progress made in the past three months of the Provincial Intervention in terms of the Section 139 of the Constitution.

The meeting also spoke in unison in terms of a possible extension the intervention process moving beyond next year’s Local Government elections. The visit was also extended by a visit to the Waste Water Treatment Plant where the chairperson, Mr. Mqasela assured the administrator and the residents of the greater Oudtshoorn of the support during the intervention process and beyond.

Provincial and National Intervention Update on Oudtshoorn Municipality
Thursday, 05 November 2015 15:08

intervention update smallOudtshoorn, 05 November 2015. - The process of identifying the financial challenges facing the Oudtshoorn Municipality and responding to them effectively is progressing well and will do much to restore public confidence in the municipality. This is the key message emanating from the meeting between the Administrator, Mr Kamalasen Chetty and the Western Cape Minister of Finance, Dr Ivan Meyer earlier this week.

Oudtshoorn Municipality was placed under full administration with effect from 28 September 2015 which has resulted in all executive powers being withdrawn from the Council and placed firmly in the hands of Mr. Chetty who has since identified debt, revenue, budget, procurement, financial controls and staffing costs (in particular the high numbers of temporary staff) as priority areas that need immediate intervention. This approach has resulted in the secondment of Mr Raymond Esau to the position of Chief Financial Officer and Mr. Chris Koch as Director: Technical Services, with the former Acting CFO, Advocate Francois Human and Acting Municipal Manager, Mr. Ronnie Lottering, returning to their original positions of Director: Corporate Services and Director: Community Services respectively.

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