Chamber of Business
Chamber of business
Our village and its economy relies heavily on tourism and the Chamber focuses on being tourism friendly. To that end, it funds and runs the tourism office together with that office’s websites and social media platforms. It has also rebuilt and continues to maintain the gardens in the business area, grades B&Bs and undertakes other projects to enhance the business area.
The chamber also represents business on the various wards, tourism and municipal sub-committees and it acts as a communication interface with local government. The chamber represents the interests of it members and businesses in general.
The Chamber is actively represented at the Indaba and Getaway tradeshows and participates in the production and distribution of tourism literature and brochures.
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I’m sure you’ll all remember last year’s festive season water crisis in Kenton! What a disaster that was and what a devastating impact it had on our businesses, homes and visitors alike!
Our main reservoirs are virtually 100% full most of the time now. This compares with the reservoirs being just over 20% full in mid-March this year.
On Thursday, June 20, there was another three hour water meeting which was probably the most productive one so far.
Another meeting – another three hours – but that’s not to say three hours down the drain. There are some positive drops in this ocean!
Wow, have we had good rains in the past week, over a 100mm! All your storage tanks should be full by now.
KOSRA committee members have attended many ‘water meetings’ over the past months.
KOSRA, BRRAG and Kenton Chamber of Commerce have been in discussion with Ndlambe Municipality and Amatola regarding the dire water situation during the holiday season.
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