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OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

INAUGURATION OF THE NEW COUNCIL FOR THE 2021 - 2026 TERM OF OFFICE

 On Wednesday, 17 November 2021 the Saldanha Bay Council was inaugurated at a ceremony held at the White City Multi-Purpose Centre in Saldanha.

Councillor Andre Brahm Truter was elected as the new Executive Mayor by Council and Alderman Olwene Daniels was re-elected as Speaker of the Council.

The Deputy Mayor and members of the Mayoral Committee will be announced soon.

*** Masks were removed for the purpose of photographs.

YouTube link to Inauguration Ceremony: https://youtu.be/95QryRfoPDc

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COVID-19 VACCINATION PROGRAMME: 23 - 25 NOVEMBER 2021

The Western Cape Government’s Department of Health will proceed with Covid-19 vaccinations in the Saldanha Bay Municipal area on the followings days:

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

Seabreeze Community Hall, Langebaan

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Paternoster Community Hall

Thursday, 25 November 2021

Skilpad Community Hall, Vredenburg

 

NOMINATION OF WARD COMMITTEES: 2021 – 2026

Ward Committee Nominations for the election of the new generation of Ward Committees will be open from 19 November – 9 December 2021.

Each municipal ward may nominate and elect 10 ward committee members representing their community in various portfolios.

Nomination forms are available at all municipal pay points, libraries, administrative offices, municipal website, Saldanha Bay Municipality Facebook page or via email at PublicParticipation@sbm.gov.za. Duly completed nomination forms for ward committee members should reach the Municipality on or before close of business on 9 December 2021.

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WARD COMMITTEE NOMINATION FORM

UPDATE: Western Cape Avian Influenza outbreak and Seal deaths

The outbreak of Avian Influenza amongst wild seabirds in the Western Cape has seen an estimated 21172 dead birds with 13195 birds dying on Dyer island off Gansbaai. The Cape Cormorant remains most affected with 20558 dead Cape Cormorants recorded to date.

Anton Bredell, the minister of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning in the Western Cape, says the numbers of dead birds continue to drop with less than 100 dead birds being reported per day at the moment.

“The numbers remain low but constant at the moment. All efforts continue to manage the situation, with the primary focus on responding swiftly to areas where dead and sick birds are found and then implementing a clean-up. We believe if the efforts are let up, the numbers may increase again so all our stakeholders continue to work hard to address the situation where it crops up.”

With regards to deaths among seal populations along the coastline of the province, the results of the testing that has been conducted by state veterinarian services remain outstanding.

 

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TRANSPORT MINISTER EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR THE RENEWAL OF DRIVING LICENCES

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has announced an extension to the grace period for the renewal of driver’s licences.

Driving licences that expired between 26 March 2020 up to and including 31 August are now deemed valid until 31 March 2022.

At a briefing on earlier today, Mbalula said that the extension was granted to give motorists a fair opportunity to renew their licenses.

Minister Mbalula added that the department was rolling out measures to improve efficiencies and resolve challenges at license centres.

 

TELKOM FIBRE THEFT IN LANGEBAAN

 Dear resident. Telkom experienced fibre theft near the Langebaan waste water treatment plant.

The Municipal office in Langebaan can therefore only temporarily make and receive internal calls.

Clients can contact the Municipality via switchboard on 0227017000 or via the 24 hour call centre on 0227017061.