Western Cape Premier Helen Zille today announced progress on interventions the Province is staging in municipalities, as part of the Drought Disaster declaration. She was joined by Local Government MEC Anton Bredell and a team of expert officials.Read more >
Western Cape Minister for Finance, Dr. Ivan Meyer has, during his oversight meeting on Tuesday, 29 August 2017, lauded Oudtshoorn Municipality for its status-quo report on its finances, management functionality and leadership.Read more >
The Oudtshoorn Municipality has moved the homeless families that have, for months made makeshift homes in Vrede Street, to a new shelter in Jubilee Street. Many concerned citizens of the greater Oudtshoorn have raised concerns about the living conditions at Vrede Street also citing the cold weather that the people have to endure.Read more >
Residents at Valkenskraal near De Rust are urged not to use the Grootrivier water both for human consumption and live stock following diesel spillage into the river on Tuesday afternoon (15 August).Read more >
The Oudtshoorn Municipal Human Settlements Department has been granted the Best Upgraded Informal Settlements Programme (UISP) award in the Western Cape 2017 Govern Mbeki Awards held at the Lord Charles Hotel on Friday evening, 11 August 2017.Read more >
Oudtshoorn munisipaliteit het op Vrouedag, 09 Augustus 2017, ‘n middag van kuier en gesels met die verskillende vroue in die gemeenskap aangebied. Die doel van hierdie samekoms was om vroue van die dorp weer bymekaar te bring om saam met mekaar te werk en te streef om beter met mekaar te leef.Read more >
The Portfolio Committee on Tourism will conduct oversight in Western Cape, starting tomorrow (Tuesday, 1 August 2017) in Oudtshoorn and ending on Friday, 4 August 2017 at the Provincial Tourism Wesgro offices in Cape Town.
The purpose of the oversight is to meet with the local tourism authorities where seven municipalities will make presentations to the Committee, assess the state of tourism and view social responsibility initiative projects in the province. Read more >