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Building plans of R1,2 billion approved
28 January 2021

A total of 1 793 building plans, with an estimated combined value of over R1,267 billion, have been approved by Kouga Municipality since July 2017, stimulating economic growth in the region.

Eskom maintenance at St Francis and Oyster Bay
26 January 2021

Eskom will be switching off the power supply to St Francis Bay, Cape St Francis and Oyster Bay this Thursday, 28 January, from 10:30am to 6:30pm.

Fire leaves more than 50 residents homeless
25 January 2021

At least 54 people, including seven children, were left homeless when a fire destroyed 35 informal structures and damaged a further eight in Sea Vista, St Francis Bay on Sunday evening.

Steady decline in local Covid-19 active cases
23 January 2021

Active Covid-19 cases totalled 71 on 23 January, according to the latest report from the Department of Health.

Infrastructure & Engineering Portfolio Councillor, Willem Gertenbach, on a site visit to Uys Street in Jeffreys Bay. Road resealing to benefit all communities
22 January 2021

The resealing and repair of roads across the Kouga region is surging ahead.

Combined dam levels drop below 19%
20 January 2021

There has been a 0,4% drop this past week in the combined levels of the supply dams that provide Kouga with water.

Dramatic decrease in active Covid-19 cases
18 January 2021

There has been a dramatic drop in active Covid-19 cases in the Kouga region this past week.

Dam levels drop below 20%
13 January 2021

Kouga residents and visitors are urged to use water extremely sparingly, with the combined levels of the supply dams in the region having dropped to below 20%

Further decrease in local COVID-19 active cases
11 January 2021

While there was a slight decrease in the number of active Covid-19 cases in the Kouga region towards the end of last week, four more Covid-19 related deaths were recorded.

No active fires threatening homes at St Francis
10 January 2021

There are no more active fires threatening homes, but the Kouga Fire Department remains on duty and will closely monitor around homes on the eastern side of the affected area.

Rain aids fire-fighting efforts at St Francis
09 January 2021

Overnight rain helped fire-fighting efforts in the St Francis area as roleplayers continued monitoring and mopping up following the fire which broke out on 7 January on Eskom land, West of the St Francis Links.

St Francis fire contained but not yet under control
08 January 2021

The fire near the Oyster Bay road has been contained but is not yet under control.Motorists are further advised to avoid the Oyster Bay road from both sides as visibility remains poor.

JOC established to manage St Francis fire
08 January 2021

A Joint Operations Committee (JOC) has been established to manage and deal with the intense fire south of the Oyster Bay Road near St Francis Bay.

Councillor Jaques Alexander (centre) is welcomed by Municipal Manager Charl du Plessis and Speaker Hattingh Bornman. New councillor sworn in
07 January 2021

Councillor Jaques Alexander was sworn in as a councillor of the Kouga Council this morning.

Slight decrease in active Covid-19 cases
07 January 2021

Active Covid-19 infections totalled 219 on 7 January, according to the latest report from the Department of Health.

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