Power Interruption: Kayamandi

Notice of Power Interruption: Kayamandi

Dear Consumer

The supply of electricity to your premises will be disconnected for the period shown below to enable necessary emergency work to be carried out. The supply may be resumed within a shorter period and must be deemed alive at all times.

Please switch off sensitive equipment in order to avoid damages thereto during the re-energising of the supply.

Please inform your security company of the supply interruption.

Date: 06 July 2015

Time: 08:00 – 11:00

Contact: 021 808 8302 / 021 808 8300

Mthengi Othandekayo

Umbane endaweni okuyo okanye ohlala kuyo uzakucinywa okwexeshana elibonisiweyo ngezantsi ukwenzela isivumelwano ngomsebenzi wethutyana. Umbane kunokwenzeka ubuye phambi kwexesha elibekiweyo kungoko ucelwa okokuba unga cingi okokuba awukabuyi kufune uhlale ukwisimo onokuthi xa ubuyileyo ubenokuwubona.

Nceda ucime izixhobo ozisebenzisayo ezibuthathaka, ukuthintela umo nakalo onokuthi udaleke xa umbane ubiyiselwa kwakhone.

Nceda wazise inkmpani yakho yezo khuseleko ngoluphazamiseko lombane.

Date: 06 July 2015

Time: 08:00 – 11:00

Contact: 021 808 8302 / 021 808 8300

Validity of Coupons for Disposal of Waste

NOTICE 20/2015

Validity of Coupons for Disposal of Waste

Dear Consumer Please note that all disposal of waste coupons purchased during the 2014/15 financial year, will only be valid for use until 30 June 2015.

With effect from 1 July 2015, only coupons purchased in the 2015/16 financial year will be valid for use until 30 June 2016 at the disposal facilities. No other coupons will be accepted for disposal of waste.

The new tariff for half (½) ton disposal is R225.40 (Vat Incl.), and for one (1) ton R450.80 (Vat Incl.).

No extension will be granted for coupons purchased during the 2014/15 financial year after 30 June 2015. If any person wishes to get a refund for the additional coupons they have for this financial year 2014/15.

They need to submit the following to the Manager: Solid Waste Management:

The unused Landfill Coupon/s, with the receipt, and a letter requesting a refund.

The letter with the coupon/s will be considered and supported before forwarding the documentation to the Finance Department for approval.

The deadline for refunds will be 26 June 2015.

Please contact Stellenbosch Municipality: Engineering Services on 021 808 8224 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. should you have any queries.

New Refuse Removal Schedule for Kayamandi

NOTICE 18/2015

Please be informed that the normal municipal door-to-door refuse collection service that takes place in Kayamandi will change as from July 2015. The areas affected will be serviced every Tuesday, starting as from 7 July 2015.

Residents are kindly requested to ONLY place refuse out on Tuesdays.

We thank you for your cooperation.

Traffic Dept - closed at 14:30 on 12 June

Traffic Offices will be closed at 14:30 on Friday 12 June 2015 due to fumigation.

Switching Times: Geyser Load Control Project

URGENT NOTICE: CHANGING OF RESIDENTIAL LOAD/GEYSER CONTROL PROJECT SWITCHING TIMES

The Municipality of Stellenbosch wishes to inform all affected residents that the switching time of all geysers have been changed from 18h00-20h00 (previous) to 17h00-19h00 as from 1 June 2015 as part of the load control project. The new time slot falls in line with Eskom’s winter peak period and will remain for the duration of our winter period. The Municipality apologizes for any inconvenience caused due to this change and offers a special word of thanks to everyone for their assistance in relieving the pressure on the national grid.

BELANGRIKE KENNISGEWING: VERANDERING VAN DIE LASBEHEER PROJEK AFSKAKELINGSTYE

Stellenbosch Munisipaliteit wil graag alle betrokke inwoners bewus maak van die gewysigde afskakelingstye van warmwatersilinders van toepassing vanaf 1 Junie 2015 as deel van die elektriese lasbeheheer-projek, gedurende die Eskom winter-spitsperiode. Die nuwe tydsone vir afskakeling is nou 17h00-19h00 en nie meer 18h00-20h00 soos voorheen en sal vir die verloop van die winter-seisoen voortduur. Verskoning word aangebied vir enige ongerief wat veroorsaak word met die nuwe reëling en inwoners word bedank vir hul samewerking om die druk op die netwerk te verlig. Please respond to this email with changes in order for Vernon to do the publication soonest. Thank you

Africa Day 2015

Africa Day is celebrated annually on 25 May 2015 throughout the world to commemorate the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (now African Union) in 1963.

The celebrations reinforce African solidarity and unity in diversity, and also highlight creativity, challenges and successes, as well as the cultural and economic potential of the continent.

As part of its Africa Day celebrations and campaign against xenophobia, we are encouraging people to acknowledge that together we can build a continent where people can live lives they value and respect each other’s rights.

A special event will be held in the Stellenbosch Town Hall in Plein Street Stellenbosch on 25 May 2015 at 13:00.

Mayor says #NoToXenophobia

Dear Citizens of the Innovation Capital of South Africa,

As we currently celebrate two significant public holidays; the one Freedom Day on the 27th of April 2015 and Workers Day on the 1st of May 2015 we do so aware; overly aware of the xenophobic attacks that have raged through parts of our country.

I have taken note of these acts of violence where foreign nationals have been the target of people’s rage. There is no justification for this violence. I strongly condemn what has taken place. Whatever the reasons have been it is unacceptable and under no circumstance is it ever justified.

Xenophobia attacks have not spread to the winelands valley and I urge citizens to be vigilant in the defense of all people’s human rights and freedom under the South African Constitution.

If there is reason to anger against foreign nationals I urge the community to come together with their representative leadership to discuss the issues and through the correct channels choose the most appropriate route forward. We can’t as citizens take the law into our own hands and advocate lawlessness and chaos. Our region and it’s people can’t afford to be drawn into a downward spiral that only leads to anarchy. Let’s work in a coordinated and civil manner to address the challenges that may be experienced.

I urge you to speak to various role-players in your respective communities to discuss preventative measures so that actions such as those that have been taking place elsewhere cannot take place in Stellenbosch. We cannot condone any intolerant behaviour. If you feel threatened in any way, please report it to your local police station.

Our dream is to be the Innovation Capital of South Africa. A place where all people work together to ensure good governance and management; a green environment; a safe society; a destination attractive for investment and very important – dignified living for all our valley’s people. We would like all citizens of Stellenbosch to enjoy a dignified life, irrespective of their relative material wealth or background. For some it will mean a home; for others education; a small business; a beautiful environment; a safe route or access to basic services.

To be able to reach this dream we must understand that we are bounded to each other in our humanity – Ubuntu; I am because you are.

We can build this dream. All of us. Together. Let all of the Stellenbosch area unite and say #NoToXenophobia.

Conrad Sidego

Executive Mayor of Stellenbosch

Mayor Welcomes Innovator

With the inauguration of the new rector of the University of Stellenbosch (US) our town has received a formidable innovator.

This was the response of the executive mayor of Stellenbosch, Conrad Sidego at the inauguration ceremony of the new rector and vice chancellors of US, Professor Wim De Villiers.

South Africa is at a point in time where it needs innovators like never before, given the huge and glaring challenges that we face on a daily basis. The University of Stellenbosch is an academic institution of particular excellence. This combined with the fact that Stellenbosch is home to some of the country’s leading business leaders means that we have the resources to find the solutions to some of the most extreme socio-economic questions we face daily – joblessness, housing shortage and poverty.

‘This is where the innovator De Villiers, rector of a world-class university can make a giant impact’ explains Major Sidego. Together with his agenda for transformation we will be able to realise many exciting projects in Stellenbosch.

Our vision for the town is to be the Innovation Capital of South Africa and his arrival in our town will give us a welcome boost. He is assured of my personal support and that of the municipality and we look forward to work with him to take the town and the wider community to the next level.

For further information contact the mayoral communication office at 021 8088024.

Burgermeester verwelkom Innoveerder!

Met die inhuldiging van die Universiteit van Stellenbosch (US) se nuwe rektor, het die dorp ‘n innoveerder van formaat aanboord gekry.

So sê die uitvoerende Burgermeester van Stellenbosch, Conrad Sidego wat gereageer het by die inhuldigingsseremonie van Professor Wim De Villiers.

Suid-Afrika het ‘n behoefte aan innoveerders soos nog nooit vantevore nie, gegewe die enorme uitgadinge wat ons in die gesig staar. Die US is ‘n akademiese instelling van besondere uitnemendheid. Daarmee saam is die dorp ook tuiste van die land se voorste sakevernuf. Terselfdertyd word ons ook gekonfronteer met van die uiterste sosio-ekonomiese vraagstukke – werkloosheid, woningnnood, armoede en voedseltekort.

‘Dís waar die innoveerder De Villiers aan die hoof van die wêreldklas universiteit, ‘n reuse-impak kan help maak,’ verduidelik Burgermeester Sidego.’ Saam met sy agenda van transformasie behoort ons opwindende projekte saam die lig te laat sien.’

Ons visie vir die dorp is om die Innovasiehoofstad van Suid-Afrika te wees en sy koms op die dorp behoort ons ‘n welkome hupstoot te gee. Hy is verseker van my persoonlike steun en dié van die munisipaliteit en ons sien daarna uit om saam met hom die dorp en die breë gemeenskap na die volgende vlak te neem.

Vir verdere navra kontak die Burgermeester se Kommunikasiekantoor op 021 8088024.

Mayor at World Record Tree Hug Event

The 22nd of April 2015 will be remembered as the day that the Stellenbosch community, The Million Project team and the mayor of Stellenbosch, Conrad Sidego set out to achieve a world record – the World’s Largest Tree Hug.

After all equipment was delivered, the site laid out, stewards mobilised, medical crew were in place, auditors had sharpened their pencils the scene was set. Volunteers attending the event were treated to water, apples, and popcorn and fresh fruit juices and blessed with a clear blue sky and temperate weather. The tree huggers attending the Earth Day event comprised ordinary citizens, school children, small business owners, public officials and students.

Caption: The Mayor with a young tree hugger. (Photo: Ignatius Vlok)

The mayor delivered the official welcome and opening saying that ‘This event is significant. Trees not only beautify and green an area it adds to life, quality of living and that is what South Africa needs today. The world quickly dismisses symbolism and emotion that accompanies a day like this. This symbolism of hugging a tree is however very significant; in fact it symbolises not only care of the environment but care and concern about our community and our challenges.’

Stellenbosch Municipality is continuing with events such as this to make an unprecedented statement in terms of its commitment to care for the environment. Through the Million Trees Project, the dream is being reinforced towards home-style communities: friendly and supportive, providing shelter and jobs and dignified living. Taking into account the looming threat of global warming, we must do what we can to stop this slide toward catastrophe. We need to think anew! We need to think 110% green!

Campaigns and efforts like the World Largest Tree Hug by the Million Tree Project help to communicate the green and dignified living messages to local communities and to activate further participation. The Million Tree Project initiative is a comprehensive approach involving all residents, businesses, authorities and land owners. Everyone is encouraged to plant and care for trees across the 900 km2 of the Municipality. A key focus of the project is to ‘green the townships’- planting up the informal settlements and other areas previously not greened and those where high density developments prevented the planting of trees. Urban forests and green corridors are the green lungs that will pump life-supporting oxygen into our living space. The wish is for everybody to become active Ambassadors for Nature.

The Tree Hug day will go far to reinforce the messages of a greener environment, a greener Stellenbosch and a more prosperous community. Mayor Sidego has said before that, ‘If you can look after a tree, you will care for a child’. And that is the legacy of the Million Tree Project and campaigns like today…it is for our children.

Burgermeester loods Veiligheidsveldtog vir Fietsryers

Burgermeester Conrad Sidego het ‘n opvoedingsveldtog geloods met studente by die Universiteit van Stellenbosch se Neelsie sentrum op die 17de April 2015. Die doel van die veldtog is om studente aan te moedig om valhelms te dra.

Die algemene persepsie is dat fietsryers soms nie wetsgehoorsaam is nie. Dat hul nie stop nie by stopstrate nie, verkeersligte en padreëls verontagsaam. Ry langs mekaar in plaas van agter mekaar. Dit is egter belangrik om te besef dat hulle ook die pad met motoriste en voetgangers deel en dat almal hulle ook in ag moet neem.

In Stellenbosch word ‘n ‘Non-Motorised Transport’ beleid uitgevoer soos goedgekeur deur die stadsraad in Maart 2015. Die doel van die beleid is om ‘n mobiele omgewing te verseker waar alle vorme van vervoer gelyke waarde geniet. Die beleid is geskoei daarop om vervoer wat mens-gedrewe is aan te moedig en sodoende ‘n fietsry en voetgangersvriendelike omgewing te skep. Dit sal ook meehelp dat Stellenbosch tot ‘n groen dorp status verhewe kan word deurdat ons die omgewing met groter omsigtigheid behandel.

Burgermeester Sidego verduidelik, ‘Hierdie is ‘n deurlopende veldtog om bewustheid tuis te bring dat dit onwettig is om ‘n fiets te ry sonder ‘n valhelm.’Die veldtog sal gepaard gaan met opvoeding en bewusmaking by skole en ander instellings, veral in die lig dat jong fietsryers en potensiële fietsryers van jongs af bewus gemaak moet word oor die dra van valhelms.

Fietsryers wat nie valhelms gebruik nie moet bewustheid dra van die oortrediing en die potensiële veiligheidsrisiko. Die dra van valhelms moet deel van die daaglikse roetine vir ‘n fietsryer wor en fietsryers moet onthou om valhelms ter alle tye as julle op julle fietse is en bedagsaam te wees op die padreëls wat vir alle padgebruikers geld. Ander wenke sluit in die dra helder kleure; dat daar veiligheid is in getalle deur saam te ry in ‘n groep en om iemand te laat weet waar jy beplan om te gaan ry.

Dis veral belangrik om altyd op die uitkyk te wees vir gevaar – menslik, motors, diere – ‘n fietsongeluk kan enigetyd gebeur, wat veroorsaak kan word deur fietsryer self of deur motoris of voetganger.

Die doel van die veldtog is ook verder om die publiek bewus te maak van die wetgewing wat bestaan wat die dra van ‘n valhelm vir fietsryers verpligtend maak. Met die dra van ‘n valhelm kan die risko vir kop en breinbeserings met tussen 66% - 88% verminder word, volgens die Amerikaanse Fietsryvereniging. In Suid-Afrka is dit sedert 1993, volgens die nasionale Padverkeerswet, 1993(wet no 93 van 1996), verpligtend dat alle fietsryers ‘n valhelm dra.

So, onthou jou valhelm as jy vandag op jou fiets gaan klim!

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