PLANNED OUTAGES: INFRASTRUCTURE AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
Planned outages 24 NOVEMBER 2014 TO 14 DECEMBER 2014.Please find a list of Scheduled outages for Maintenance purposes. Customers who are experiencing a power failure after the electricity was re-energised should please call the Call Centre at 0800 222 827.
NOTICE - VACANCY
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In early September the City hosted the Mayoral Sports Day Media Launch, an event traditionally used to select which clusters will compete against one another at the Mayoral Sports Day. This year will be the ninth annual Mayoral Sports Day and will see teams from across the City competing in various sports codes including swimming, dance sport, athletics, basketball, netball, soccer, rugby, karate, table tennis and volleyball, among others.
Municipal Manager, Dr Nhlanhla Sibeko thanked the various sports federations for the time and effort that they commit to developing sporting talent among the City’s youth. He said the City was aware of the need to promote sport to provide the youth with entertainment and that he was looking forward to the City hosting beach soccer and beach volleyball later in the year.
Mr A Mdluli of the uMhlathuze Football Association spoke on behalf of all federations present and thanked the City’s Sports and Recreation Section for providing sports facilities where the youth can play and develop their skills.
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The City of uMhlathuze comprises the economic powerhouse of Richards Bay and Empangeni, and its supporting areas of Esikhawini, Ngwelezane, Nseleni, Felixton, Vulindlela, and rural areas.