Take note of this important notice regarding parking areas adjacent to the sea beaches, the curfew and fireworks.
Reported daily cases of Corona Virus are on the decline, however we need to guard against a second wave
Ndlambe Municipality COVID-19 joint operations committee
This is the last of the 32,000L of milk that was donated and distributed to residents of Ekuphumleni.
As at 28 th July, there are a total of 688 confirmed cumulative Covid-19 positive cases in Ndlambe. There are presently a total of 115 active cases; and 570 patients have recovered, and sadly we offer our sincere condolences to the families of 3 members of our community.
A group of busy people who are not prepared to sit back and wait for the worst to happen…
Media release: 21 July 2020
After 3 tranches of delivering food aid to Ekuphumleni during the lockdown periods, the position of the Food Aid Fund, as at 23 June is set out below.
The Municipality wish to inform the residents that we will be closing the majority of our offices.
Last week we completed the food parcel delivery for this part of the project.
Some of you who contributed so generously to KOSRA’s Food Aid Fund may have looked at recent posts on Kenton Rotary’s Facebook page.
The total contributions to the KOSRA Food Aid Fund as at Friday, 8th May were R548 835,40.
At the end of cycle 2, KOSRA would have provided 2347 food parcels in total!
Due to the enormous generosity of the residents of Kenton and the commitment of our project team from Ekuphumleni plus the members of the Kenton security initiative…
Let’s take stock of this remarkable community achievement. Day 1 to 5 of our community outreach.
The Eastern Cape Department of Health requires everyone living in Ndlambe at the present time to complete a COVID19 screening form.
We knew you would but THANK YOU, thank you to all the generous Kenton residents who have donated to the KOSRA Covid-19 Relief Fund already.
We anticipate that when the lockdown starts to really bite, some members of our community, especially those in Ekuphumleni will become short of resources and be unable to buy food.
We have just entered Day 1 of 21 days of lockdown, a necessary intervention if South Africa is to successfully slow the spread of COVID-19 infections.
The immediate problem I see with this ‘lockdown’ is that there are no clear and distinct guidelines; everybody seems to be interpreting the guidelines the way that suits them best.
Xhosa information on Coronavirus and precautions to take. A fact sheet for you to print and distribute.
The National Institute for Communicable Disease (NICD) in South Africa has a clearly laid out plan for the testing, control, management and treatment of suspicious and proven cases.