Kouga local municipality
Tel:+27 (0)42 200 2200
Fax:+27 (0)42 200 8606
All-hours Emergency:+27 (0)42 291 0250
Alternative Number:+27 (0)42 200 8330

The Kouga Council approved the draft budget for 2016/2017 at a Council meeting on Tuesday, 29 March. The draft can be viewed on the municipal website. Public meetings will be held in April so as to allow residents the opportunity to engage with Councillors and Officials about the draft and proposed tariff increases..

The 2012/2017 Integrated Development Plan (IPD) has been revised for the 2016/2017 financial year. A draft of the revised document was approved at a Kouga Council meeting on Tuesday, 29 March. The draft document is available on the municipal website.

The Kouga Heritage Plan and Kouga Heritage Register were recently completed and are available for download from the municipal website.

Welcome to Kouga Local Municipality

The Kouga Local Municipality is located in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, west of Nelson Mandela Bay, and forms part of the Sarah Baartman District Municipality. It consists of nine towns, namely, Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp, St Francis Bay, Cape St Francis, Oyster Bay, Patensie, Hankey, Loerie and Thornhill, as well as various smaller settlements and agricultural nodes.

While Kouga has traditionally been characterised by economic activities largely focused on tourism and agriculture, the area has been positioning itself as one of tne energy hubs of South Africa. Two wind farms are already in operation at Jeffreys Bay and Oyster Bay, and more are in the pipeline.

Kouga is also home to Thyspunt, one of the preferred sites for  a new nuclear power station to serve South Africa's growing energy requirements. 

The area is governed by a Council of 29 councillors, headed by Executive Mayor Daphne Kettledas and Speaker Magdalene Dlomo. 



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Draft budget for 2016/2017 tabled

The draft municipal budget and revised Integrated Development Plan (IDP) for the 2016/2017 financial year were approved by the Kouga Council at Jeffreys Bay on Tuesday, 29 March 2016.

Traffic offenders face jail time

More than 3000 drivers could face arrest on Kouga roads if they do not to pay their outstanding traffic fines as a matter of urgency.

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