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Water Update in KwaNobuhle Published: June 14, 2024 The restoration of water to the remaining KwaNobuhle households affected by water disruptions will commence on Saturday, 15 June 2024, as the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is finalising the pipe repair work following the national disaster flood...
Kariega traffic and licensing offices temporary close due to renovations Published: June 14, 2024 The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality would like to inform residents that the Kariega Driving Licence Testing Centre will be closed from Tuesday 18 - 30 June 2024 and reopen on Monday 01 July 2024 due to renovations.
Two still missing, search mission broadens Published: June 09, 2024 The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality has joined forces with the South African Police Service to boost the ongoing search mission where two persons remain missing following the recent floods in Kariega.
NMB flood victims to be relocated within 24 hours following Presidential visit Published: June 07, 2024 President Cyril Ramaphosa has committed to hundreds of displaced families in Nelson Mandela Bay that adequate temporary housing will be provided for them within the next 30 days.
NMBM beefs up mop-up operation, floods classified as national disaster Published: June 06, 2024 As mop-up operations continue in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality following the disastrous floods, the Metro has highlighted that more than R1billion worth of damage has been quantified so far following the official classification of the floods as a...
Cable thieves caught red handed Published: June 05, 2024 Two suspects were arrested for cable theft by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Metro Police on Tuesday, 4 June 2024, after they were caught red handed following a tip off from NMBM Fire and Emergency Services officials.
Respite from heavy rain an opportunity to count the cost Published: June 03, 2024 Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Executive Mayor Gary van Niekerk described the prediction of light rain during the day as an opportunity to count the cost of the disaster.
Overnight showers likely to exacerbate flooding Published: June 02, 2024 “With the South African Weather Services alert remaining at orange (level 6) projecting more than 50 mm of rain overnight, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s Joint Operations Centre will remain in place throughout.”
Time to unite to counter impact of flooding – Mayor Van Niekerk Published: June 02, 2024 Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Executive Mayor Gary van Niekerk commended the concerted efforts by Disaster Management response teams and called on the community to unite to assist those in need.
Man charged for dealing in dagga Published: May 31, 2024 A total of 168g of dagga with an estimated street value of R2000 and hard cash was seized by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Metro Police at Ivy Street, Central on Thursday, 30 May 2024, during a crime prevention patrol.


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