DATE: 12 September 2019
Cape Agulhas Municipality Traffic Official arrested on charges of alleged fraud
A Cape Agulhas Municipality traffic official has been arrested on Wednesday, 11 September 2019 on charges of alleged fraud and amongst others, of illegally issuing drivers licences and accepting cash in return for this service. This is a result of an ongoing investigation by the relevant provincial department who acted as such, with the knowledge of the municipality, after a complaint was received from a member of the public.
Cape Agulhas Municipality is committed to clean governance and will give its full support to the investigating authorities in this regard. Operations at the Bredasdorp Traffic Test Station will continue as usual.
DGI O’Neill (AMM)
Cape Agulhas Municipality
P O Box 51
7280Last published 13 September 2019
Public meetings will be held in all wards to receive quarterly feedback from the Ward Councillors and to review the Integrated Development Plan (IDP).
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Openbare vergaderings sal in alle wyke gehou word om terugvoering te ontvang vanaf die Wyksraadslede en die Geïntegreerde Ontwikkelingsplan (GOP) te hersien.
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Tender Procedure Information Session / Tender Prosedure Inligtingsessie
Tender procedure information sessions will be held as listed below:
Tender prosedure inligtingsessies sal gehou word soos aangedui onder:
Tuesday, 30 July 2019
Thursday, 1 August 2019
Tuesday, 6 August 2019
The Department of Economic Development and Tourism together with Cape Agulhas Municipality – Tourism promotion and Economic Development will be continuing with the CATHSSETA Customer Services Training Programme in the Western Cape in the 2019/2020 financial year. The Customer Services Training Programme responds to the need that customer service needs to be matched and sustained to global standards. This project tries to alleviate the inconsistent service levels within the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. This project will focus on the current workforce in the Industry.
This programme is a 7-day training programme but will be rolled out as follows: respectively in a period of three weeks (2 days in week 1 and 2 days in week 2 and 3 days in week 3). The reason being we are aware that employees being away from their workplaces would be intruding on their operations in the workplace, hence the decision for the three weeks.
The programme will run over a 7 day training schedule and the dates for the Cape Agulhas region will take place during:
17-18 July 2019 (2 days) - Week 1
24-25 July 2019 (2 days) - Week 2
5-7 August 2019 (3 days) - Week 3
There is no costs involved and we would like all role-players to nominate at least 2 or 3 people that can participate in the training as this will be very beneficial to your organisation. If it’s possible that you could please send me names by Wednesday, 10 July 2019.
For further information please contact:
Cape Agulhas Municipality – Tourism Promotion & Economic Development
Cindy Jacobs / Wendy Kweyama
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Quick facts about Wheelie bins
Cape Agulhas Municipality is proud to announce that we are in the process of rolling out wheelie bins to the whole CAM area. A wheelie bin will be provided by the municipality to every address.
The wheelie bin project is financed through an external loan. These bins will remain an asset/property of Cape Agulhas Municipality for the next four years. Residents are responsible for the safe keeping of these wheelie bins.
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QUESTION: Will I receive a wheelie bin?