Kouga local municipality
Tel:+27 (0)42 200 2200
All-hours Emergency:+27 (0)42 291 0250
Alternative Number:+27 (0)42 200 8330
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LOADSHEDDING SCHEDULES FOR KOUGA LOADSHEDDING SCHEDULES FOR KOUGA

Click here to access and download the loadshedding schedules for the Kouga region.

KOUGA CALL CENTRE AND LINK APP KOUGA CALL CENTRE AND LINK APP

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.

SAVE WATER: IT'S THE NEW NORMAL SAVE WATER: IT'S THE NEW NORMAL

Despite the recent rain, drought conditions prevail and water restrictions remain in place. Click here for the latest dam levels.

Last modified: 30 Nov 2018
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Water restrictions are the

27 November 2018
Repairing a water leak at the old Golf Course settlement in Humansdorp. Leaks can be reported through Kouga's Link app or contact the call centre on 042 200 2200.

Repairing a water leak at the old Golf Course settlement in Humansdorp. Leaks can be reported through Kouga's Link app or contact the call centre on 042 200 2200.

As the Festive Season approaches and temperatures climb, residents and holiday-makers are reminded that water restrictions remain in place throughout the region.

"Despite the good rain in September, the combined level of Kouga's storage dams are dangerously low and water restrictions remain in place in all towns," Executive Mayor Horatio Hendricks said. 

"We appeal to residents and holiday-makers to continue using water wisely." 

He said that saving water needed to become the "new normal" for everyone in Kouga. 

"The drought has not yet broken and we have to continue our efforts to save water if we are to navigate safely through this difficult time." 

The current water restrictions prohibit, among other, the use of hose pipes and the filling up of swimming pools with municipal water.

Water leaks can be reported through the municipality's Link Powered by Vodacom app. The app can be downloaded for free from the Google Play of App Store or go to https://www.download.linkapp.co.za/#dl