Remedial action: water crises Ndlambe

by | Dec 28, 2019 | Blog, Water

Dear Ndlambe Residents

A Joint Operations Committee (JOC) has been established to manage and look for remedial action on the water crises Ndlambe is facing. The committee will be meeting on a weekly basis. It is important to note that all water resources in Ndlambe will be looked at and shared where necessary. Please inform as many ratepayers and residents as you can about the water restrictions.

Herewith copies of the water restrictions, latest press release and drought water tariffs.

If have any comments or contributions please send them to me dawie@geocoal.co.za and I will take them to the JOC committee.

Regards

Dawie van Wyk
Chair
Ndlambe Ratepayers Forum
dawie@geocoal.co.za

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