The rehabilitation of aged water infrastructure, resurfacing of the town’s streets among others are all part of the Mogalakwena Municipality’s plans for Mokopane
Water is a scarce commodity and should be used wisely, says Polokwane Mayor, Thembi Nkadimeng
The Polokwane Municipality plans to increase indigent support to R62 million in the 2019/20 financial year.
Some 80 645 m of asbestos pipes need to be replaced within the next two to three years in the CBD.
The price of electricity for household consumers is based on the more a consumer uses, the more the consumer pays.
Municipal Spokesperson Matshidiso Mothapo says due to the current system only a certain number of callers can be assisted at a given time
Most of the areas in the high catchment of Seshego and the city are experiencing water shortages following the 24 hour shut-off of the Olifantspoort Plant on Wednesday.
High catchment areas in the city including Seshego, will be affected by a planned water shut-off tomorrow (Wednesday).
Repair work on a main line at the Ebenezer Plant will take about eight hours to complete
Reservoir levels in the city are low following emergency repairs that had to be made on the Specon line yesterday (Wednesday).
The municipality is calling on residents to have a look around their areas and if they identify any issues, to report them to the municipality.