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WATER RATIONING HANKEY AND PATENSIE WATER RATIONING HANKEY AND PATENSIE

The level of the Kouga Dam has dropped to below 7%. It has, therefore, become necessary to implement water rationing in the towns of Hankey and Patensie. From Monday, 6 August, the towns will only have water for a few hours a day. See the full schedule here.

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Should you wish to report a service fault, please contact the Kouga Call Centre on 042 200 2200. The call centre is open seven days a week from 7:30am to 7pm. Outside these hours faults can be reported at 042 291 0250 or 042 200 8330. Alternatively, click here to download the Link app for easy fault reporting.

DAM LEVELS LOW: SAVE WATER URGENTLY DAM LEVELS LOW: SAVE WATER URGENTLY

As drought conditions prevail, residents are asked to limit their usage to 50 litres of water per person per day. Click here for the latest dam levels.

Last modified: 09 Mar 2018
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First registration weekend for 2019 elections

09 March 2018

The first registration weekend for next year's national and provincial government elections takes place on 10 and 11 March. 

Kouga Mayor Elza van Lingen encouraged all residents to make use of the opportunity to check whether their names and addresses are correct on the voter's roll. 

Voting stations will be open from 8am to 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday for the registration weekend. 

Residents can either register to vote for the first time or check whether their details are correct on the voter's roll.

Van Lingen said it was of particular importance that registered voters verify their address details.

"In 2016 the Constitutional Court gave the Independent Electoral Commission till June 2018 to fix missing addresses for millions of voters.

"If your address details are missing or incorrect on the voter's roll, you will not be allowed to vote in the 2019 elections. 

"All voters are, therefore, encouraged to make sure that their information is correct."

She said voters needed to visit their voting station with their green, barcoded ID book, temporary ID or smart ID card. Proof of address is not necessary.

Passports and driver's licences cannot be used to register.  

To find out which voting station you should go to, visit the IEC's website at www.elections.org.za or phone them at 0800 11 8000.

Voters who cannot make it to their voting stations this weekend can register or check their details at the local IEC office at the Arcade Centre in Main Road, Humansdorp.

Voters can also check and change their address details online through the IEC's website.

First-time registrations, however, have to be done in person.