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ADM TO HANDOVER 633 VIP ABLUTION STRUCTURES DURING THE MAYORAL IMBIZO

MEDIA INVITE 
 
TO ALL MEDIA HOUSES
 
ADM TO HANDOVER 633 VIP ABLUTION STRUCTURES DURING THE MAYORAL IMBIZO 
 
 
 
ADM HEADQUARTERS, 26 MARCH 2019
 
 

The Acting Executive Mayor of Amathole District Municipality, Cllr Zibuthe Mnqwazi will be visiting and engaging the community of Amahlathi LM at KwaZidenge Community Hall on Wednesday, 27 March 2019. The Imbizo will provide a platform for the local communities to articulate their service delivery expectations and needs to  the Municipal leadership. 

 

The Municipality will also get to hear the status quo of services rendered and challenges encountered by the residents due to their demographics with the aim of improving the lives of all communities under its jurisdiction.

 

Preceeding the Imbizo will be an official handover of 633 VIP ablutions structures which have been built by ADM as part of its Accelerated Sanitation Project for the 2018|19 financial year. Also expected on the day are government departments who will provide various services on wheels. 

 

Members of the media are invited to attend the Mayoral imbizo arranged as follows:

 

Date       : 27 March 2019 (Wednesday) 

Venue    : KwaZidenge Community Hall, Amahlathi LM

Time      : 08h30

 

Your attendance will be highly appreciated

 

Issued by ADM Communications. For further enquiries contact Nonceba Madikizela-Vuso on 082 419 0161 | 083 512 9122 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

ADM WATER SCHEMES AFFECED BY ESKOM LOAD-SHEDDING

MEDIA ADVISORY 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

ADM WATER SCHEMES AFFECED BY ESKOM LOAD-SHEDDING

 

  

 

HEADQUARTERS, 20 MARCH 2019

 

Amathole District Municipality (ADM) has been severely affected by ESKOM’s load shedding currently being implemented. The load shedding has a negative impact in our role of rendering water services to our communities as most of our water schemes utilize electricity for daily operations. The water flow to communities is constantly disturbed which results to delays in the recovery of the system even when electricity is back. The following are areas and water schemes affected;

 

Mnquma

The following schemes have been affected

·         Butterworth town and surroundings locations

·         Kotana, Ehlobo schemes

·         Ngqamakhwe Town

·         Toleni Scheme

·         Centane town

·         Boreholes

·         Qolora by sea scheme and all the electric borehole schemes including Njakazi borehole which supply water at Tafalofefe hospital

·         In the entire Mnquma all schemes are affected.

Mbhashe

The following areas have been affected by load shedding

·         Mncwasa scheme

·         Xhora scheme

·         Xhora Town

·         Dutywa Town

·         Qwaninga Scheme

·         Mbhashe North scheme

·         Dwesa scheme and all standalone electrical driven pumstations

·         Nqadu scheme including Willowvale town

Great Kei

The following areas have been affected by load shedding:

·         Komga affected but the team will try to capitalize during the night to get the levels up. 

·         Same with Kei mouth

·         Cintsa, Morgans Bay and Haga-haga

·         All Mooiplas Borehole schemes

Amahlathi

All the schemes are affected by loadshedding:

·         Kei Road

·         Stutterheim scheme

·         Masincedane villages

·         Sandile villages

·         Mgwali scheme

·         Heckel scheme

·         Cathcart scheme

·         Gosheen Scheme and

·         Wartburg scheme

Raymond Mhlaba

·         Fort Beaufort is also affected, all pumps are off as well as the treatment works

·         Alice, Benfield, Hogsback and Seymour Water Works all related borehole schemes.

 

Communities are urged to be patient during this difficult period and preserve this scarce resource as much as possible.

 

Issued by ADM Communications, for further enquiries please contact ADM Spokesperson Nonceba Madikizela-Vuso at 082 419 0161|WhatsApp 083 516 9122|email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. |Tel 043 783 2500

 

 

 

ADM TO HOST SPORTS TOURNAMENT TO COMMEMORATE THE LATE NCUMISA KONDLO

MEDIA ADVISORY
TO ALL MEDIA HOUSES
ADM TO HOST SPORTS TOURNAMENT TO COMMEMORATE THE LATE NCUMISA KONDLO
 
 
 
ADM HEADQUARTERS 20 MARCH 2019
 
Amathole District Municipality (ADM) in partnership with Ngqushwa Local Municipality, the provincial Department of Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC), Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform  (DRDAR) will host a sports tournament to commemorate the 11th Anniversary of Ncumisa Cwayita Kondlo.  The tournament is an additional contribution by government following former Minister of Sport, Fikile Mbalula’s pronouncement to adopt three (3) villages under Nqushwa LM (namely, Mpheko, Ntloko and Nobumba) and support them with a team kit.
 
The tournament is scheduled to take place over two days from Saturday, 23 March to Sunday, 24 March 2019. Locals and visitors alike will be treated to a number of sporting codes such as soccer, netball, snooker and darts board. 
Also envisaged on the day are services on wheels by different departments in an effort to bring government services  to the people free of charge.
 
Born and bred in Ngqushwa LM, Kondlo is not only Amathole District’s daughter of the soil but was also a renowned Human Rights & Gender Activist, who also served the province as an MEC for Social Development.
 
 

Issued by ADM Communications, for further enquiries please contact Nonceba Madikizela-Vuso on 082 419 0161

 

PLANNED WATER INTERRUPTION IN FORT BEAUFORT FOR SUNDAY,17 MARCH 2019

PUBLIC NOTICE

FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

PLANNED WATER INTERRUPTION IN FORT BEAUFORT FOR SUNDAY,17 MARCH 2019 

 

 

 

ADM HEADQUARTERS: EAST LONDON,  THURSDAY, 14 MARCH 2019

 

ADM would like to inform the Fort Beaufort communities of a planned water interruption for this coming Sunday due to routine cleaning of the settling tank at the Fort Beaufort Water Treatment Works. The plant  will be off startingfrom 00:00 midnight until 16:00 in the afternoon. ADM will constantly monitor reservoir levels in the area to minimize any premature interruptions leading up to the day of the planned maintenance. In the event of bad weather conditions, another date will be duly announced. 

 

DETAILS OF PLANNED WORKS:

 

EXPECTED START DATE OF DISRUPTIONS : SUNDAY, 17 MARCH 2019, 00H00 

EXPECTED COMPLETION TIME OF DISRUPTIONS

: SUNDAY, 17 MARCH,  16H00

IMPACT ON CUSTOMER : NO WATER UNTIL 16H00 

REASONS

CLEANING OF WTW SETTLING TANK 

 

The interruption is likely to have an effect on water supply, especially from Sunday evening to Monday as the system recovers. Communities are urged to make prior provision of water during this time. 

 

NOTE TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS: 

We endeavour to give our customers an uninterrupted service they deserve. Despite our best intentions, there may be factors that require us to change to arrange planned interruptions to your water supply service to allow for regular maintenance of our water system or an upgrade of the ageing infrastructure. We will duly inform you throughnotices placed in our satellite offices,  website, Twitter and Facebook Page, as well as loud-haling of the expected time and duration of planned interruptions atleast 3 - 7 days in advance.

 

 

For any queries contact ADM Spokesperson Ms Nonceba Madikizela-Vuso on 082 419 0161 | 083 516 9122 or via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Issued by ADM Communications

 

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NOTICE: ACTING EXECUTIVE MAYOR

NOTICE

HEADQUARTERS, 13 MARCH 2019

Following the car accident that has led to Amathole District Municipality (ADM) Executive Mayor, Cllr Nomfusi Winnie Nxawe being hospitalized, the Executive Mayor has delegated her powers to the Engineering Portfolio Head Cllr Zibuthe Mnqwazi to act as the interim Executive Mayor. Mnqwazi takes over the mayoral responsibilities whilst the Executive Mayor recuperates under the capable hands of the health professionals.

Issued by ADM Communications, for further enquiries please contact Nonceba Madikizela-Vuso on 082 419 0161

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