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Statement: Setsoto Launches Operation Hlasela


On the 27th of November 2017, the Executive Mayor of Setsoto Local Municipality Cllr Nthateng Maoke officially launched “Operation Patala” Campaign. The campaign was categorised into the following:

The Executive Mayor visited all identified businesses who owe the Municipality to formally give them warning that their services will be cut if arrangement with the Municipality is not done.


The Executive Mayor later met with the Community of Meqheleng at Mapenyadira Hall as part of creating a platform of engagement between the Municipality and the community.

It is during the meeting with the community of Meqheleng that the Executive Mayor Cllr Nthateng Maoke and members of Mayoral Committee took upon themselves to present challenges that are currently facing the Municipality and therefore hampering the delivery of Services.
“We should not stop emphasizing the importance of paying for services because the very same services that the community is demanding need budget and unfortunately the Municipality currently is unable to attend to each and every service issue due to financial constraints” said Cllr Nthateng Maoke – Executive Mayor

This on – going campaign will take place around all towns of Setsoto and it is part of measures put in place to increase revenue in order for the Municipality to be able to fasten the delivery of services.
For the Municipality to be able to accelerate the delivery of services, every working individuals defaulting on Municipal account must start paying and in the case of those who fall under the threshold of the indigents are encouraged to register as indigents.
To encourage residents to take responsibility of paying, the municipality introduced an incentive of cutting the balance of the account with 50% and the account owner will be responsible for the remaining 50%.
“Pay your municipal bill – receive better improved services”
For enquiries contact: Me Moroesi Gaba – 076 840 8050
Issued by: Communications
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Publication of Awarded Bids (7 Days Quotations)FY 17/18

RFQ no: Project Description Name of awarded Service Provider Date of award Amount
Q20 (16/17) Supply and delivery of five (5) litre Drums of Transformer Oil Zamalek Holdings (PTY) Ltd 30/10/2017 39 000.00
Q01 (17/18)

 

Internal Audit Quality Assurance Review for Setsoto Local Municipality Price Waterhouse Coopers Inc. 148 240.36
Q02 (17/18) Supply and installation of new 350mm bar rated valve with distance pieces & jointing sets at Ficksburg Water Works Pipeline C-Pac Pump 01/09/2017 108 321.66
Q03(17/18)

 

Supply and delivery of cleaning material for Setsoto local municipality.

 

Tlhoolo Trading 01/09/2017 82 550 .00
Q04 (17/18) Supply and delivery equipment for bulk water services in Setsoto local municipality. Tlhoolo Trading 14/09/2017 70 296.70
Q05 (17/18) Supply and delivery of water items for Senekal stores.

 

Star Traders cc T/A Jotell

 

22/09/2017 106 005.83
Q08 (17/18) Supply and delivery of computers Donovan Group (PTY) Ltd 27/10/2017 93 199.70
Q10 (17/18) Supply and delivery of Lubricants Rojana Mondy 31/10/2017 69 816.20
Q12 (17/18) Supply and delivery of 136 Tar Wooden/Timber Electricity Poles Actom Electrical Products 31/10/2017 154 757.51
Q13 (17/18) Supply and delivery of 1000 X Bundle Conductor 35mm Insulate ARB Electrical Wholesalers 27/10/2017 42 864.00

Media Statement

Setsoto Implements Valve Management as Water Crisis Looms

The Community of Ficksburg/Megheleng is hereby kindly informed that the Municipality is once again faced with water crisis and this has unfortunately compelled the municipality to implement strict valve management with immediate effect.

This valve management implementation is informed by the critical levels of water in both Caledon River and Meulspruit Dam. As it stands currently both raw water sources are at 39% and regrettably that amount cannot handle the current demand.

To try to curb the situation, the Municipality has implemented valve management with reservoirs being opened at 05h00 to 08h00 (Morning) and again 17h00 to 20h00 (Night).
The community is sensitized that restrictions will go on until water levels are healthy again and that is when enough rain is received.

Please also note this measure is implemented solely to save available water and if the situation worsens, more restrictions will be implemented.
The Municipality would like to apologizes for the inconvenience caused by the situation.

For enquiries please contact Manager Water Services Mr Thabo Mokhethoa on 082 8363 196