Notice Covid 19 30 June 2020
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to the National State of Disaster as announced by the State President Cyril Ramaphosa and the subsequent positive cases within Ndlambe Municipality; the Municipality wish to inform the residents of Ndlambe Municipality that we will be closing the majority of our offices and staff will work from home, return on a rotational basis but essential services (limited) will continue, alternatively private contract services will be utilized.
NOTICE COVID 19 30 JUNE 2020 – 844 KB
MEDIA RELEASE : 23 JUNE 2020 NDLAMBE MUNICIPALITY COVID-19 JOINT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
Media statement 23 June – 129 KB
MEDIA RELEASE : 16 JUNE 2020
NDLAMBE MUNICIPALITY COVID-19 JOINT OPERATIONS
Media statement 16 June 2020 – 178 KB
Media statement 9 June 2020
Mayor Kululwa Ncamiso led discussions at the Covid-19 JOC meeting earlier today. The lifting of restrictions for Level 3 lockdown has been welcomed and most businesses in Ndlambe have re-opened, including Ndlambe Municipality with a full complement of staff back at work. Sadly, community halls and tourism-related businesses remain closed in accordance with current restrictions
Media statement 9 June 2020 – 162 KB
MEDIA RELEASE : 19 MAY 2020 NDLAMBE MUNICIPALITY COVID-19 JOINT OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
The Ndlambe Covid-19 Joint Operations Committee is fully operational and meets on a digital platform every Tuesday. Feedback from this meeting is compiled in a report sent to Sarah Baartman District and finally into a provincial report submitted to National Government. The meetings are chaired by Mayor Kululwa Ncamiso and the Municipal Manager, Speaker, and Directors are present at the meetings together with representatives from various sectors, including Health, Education, Safety and Security, Business and Tourism.
Media statement 19 MAY 2020 – 204 KB
A STATEMENT OF CLARITY FROM THE MAYOR
I wish to take this opportunity to greet the community of Ndlambe municipality in these sad and challenging times to each and every household and individuals, every community member, every community activist, every health
practitioner, every non-governmental organisation(NGO’s), Non-Profit Organisations (NPO’s, including
churches and schools) and every compatriotic stakeholder in society such as businesses, SMME’s, the
voluntary sector, the entire essential services sector and the government. It is with great sadness that I issue this address, but I have greater hope that it shall all come to pass in time provided that we heed the call
from our leaders who spend sleepless nights, sacrifices, efforts and at times their safety and well-being – all
this to spare our lives. I wish to urge the young and the old that: as we are confronted with this Covid – 19
Media statement 27 March 2020
Ndlambe Municipality established a Covid-19 Joint Operations Committee on Wednesday last week to establish an operational framework. Key stakeholders were invited for their expertise. The JOC has been limited to as few people as possible in light of the pandemic, and includes the Mayor, Municipal Manager, representatives from all Municipal Directors, Medical representatives from NDOH Clinic pharmacy, Medical General Practitioners, Port Alfred Hospital, Marjory Parish TB Hospital, Stenden Disaster Management, Tourism and Business. Each representative has been tasked with communicating with colleagues and members relevant to their sector and to provide updates and reports on a weekly basis.
Media statement 27 March – 126 KB