Watching over the interests of residents & property owners in Kenton-on-Sea and Ekuphumleni.
The Kenton on Sea Ratepayers Association (KOSRA) aims to watch over the interests of its members regarding the activities of local government.
And to protect, maintain and improve the amenities of Kenton-on-Sea and its environs.
ABOUT OUR VILLAGE
Kenton-on-Sea is a small coastal town on the Sunshine Coast in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
Kenton lies between the estuaries of the Bushmans and Kariega Rivers. It has unspoilt sandy, beaches, rock pools, high dunes and hidden coves to explore. Its raw beauty never ceases to delight and its friendly and welcoming residents make it a must-go holiday destination.
KOSRA subscription fees are used in accordance with the constitution to maintain and improve amenities in Kenton-on-Sea and its environs for the benefit of all residents and visitors to the area.
Sustainable preservation and use of the Boesmans and Kariega Estuaries
Visitors and residents need to conserve our limited water supply.
We are focusing our attentions on public spaces within our village.
Building & Town planning
Recycling & Waste
Keeping a close eye on the wildlife living in Kenton on Sea
Another meeting - another three hours - but that’s not to say three hours down the drain. There are some positive drops in this ocean! The fact that Amatola, Ndlambe, KOSRA and the Chamber of Business are all represented and working together is a major achievement. As...read more
We promised to communicate with our constituents more effectively in 2019! And we’ve been doing just that: We’ve upgraded the KOSRA website Initiated a KOSRA Facebook page And this will be our 14th blog post to the emailing list Committee members have also been...read more
Over the last couple of months the use of CCTV cameras has proven to be a valuable asset…read more
Wow, have we had good rains in the past week, over a 100mm! All your storage tanks should be full by now. Plus we also had water on the Eskom upgrade day last Wednesday. What a great way to start autumn! Meetings with Amatola and Ndlambe continue but as they can...read more