Stellenbosch Municipality

11 December 2019
Statement by Chief Financial Officer, Mr Kevin Carolus
[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]


The Stellenbosch Municipality is once again in a position to report credible and reliable financial and performance results, evidenced by the unqualified audit opinion issued by the Auditor General of South Africa. The audit outcome reflects that the municipality maintained a healthy financial position year on year. The latest audit outcomes marks the 12th consecutive year of unqualified audit outcomes in Stellenbosch.

10 Desember 2019

Verklaring deur Burgemeester Gesie van Deventer


Die La Motte gemeenskap, net buite Franschhoek, het die wonderlike kersgeskenk ontvang van ‘n nuut opgeknapte gemeenskapsaal. Die bestaande saal moes twee jaar gelede gesluit word omdat die gebruik daarvan onveilig was. Na baie harde werk, is die La Motte Gemeenskapsaal ten volle gerestoureer en is dit nou die trots van die klein bosbou gemeenskap.

03 December 2019
Statement by Executive Mayor Gesie van Deventer
[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]


Last week, Stellenbosch Municipality empowered five emerging farmers to start farming on municipal agricultural land. The land was previously underutilised and will now be turned into productive farmland that will create opportunities and jobs.

03 December 2019
Statement by Executive Mayor Gesie van Deventer
[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]



Stellenbosch Municipality has provided tender process training to local business in an effort to help them compete more successfully for local tenders.  Stellenbosch Municipality provided vitally important training to 41 local business owners.  

25 November 2019


Statement by Executive Mayor Gesie van Deventer

[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]


The Executive Mayor of Stellenbosch Municipality, Adv. Gesie van Deventer, today launched the municipality’s commemoration of the 16 Days of Activism Campaign for No Violence Against Women and Children.  This year, our headlines were filled with horrific news of women falling victim to violence and abuse. “2019 could go down in our country’s history as one of the worst years for the safety of women and children - we simply cannot accept the normalisation of rape, abuse and murder,” said mayor van Deventer.

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