Mdlalose St

Lot 83/2

Mdlalose St

Nqutu

3135

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-28.217604

30.669882

19 Hopley St

Hopley St

Venterstad

5990

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-30.7763

25.800457

808 Masson St

Masson St

Hlabisa

3937

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

Park St

Civic Cntr

Park St

Malalane

1320

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.49319

31.51192

10 Claughton Trce

Claughton Trce

Mooi River

3300

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.211026

29.995928

29 Margaret St

Margaret St

EXobho

3276

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

Queen St

Civc Centre

Queen St

Germiston

1401

Gauteng

South Africa

39 Voortrekker St

Voortrekker St

Uniondale

6460

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.6521399

23.1346199

135 Church Street

135 Church Street

Vosburg

8780

Northern Cape

South Africa

-30.57525

22.88027

Newtown St

Newtown St

Vereeniging

1939

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.661355

27.936468

Fichardt St

10 Civic Cntr

Fichardt St

Sasolburg

1947

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.816912

27.82923

1 Nel St

Mbombela Civi Cntr

Nel St

Mbombela

1200

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.47558

30.97514

51 Trappes St

Trappes St

Worcester

6850

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.648543

19.438183

Sewell St

Anchor Cres

Sewell St

Plettenberg Bay

6600

Western Cape

South Africa

42 Wehmeyer St

Wehmeyer St

Willowmore

6445

Eastern Cape

South Africa

22 High St

High St

Ixopo

3276

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

Cnr De Wet & Smuts St

Cnr De Wet & Smuts St

Koster

0348

North West

South Africa

-25.86521

26.8977

Kenton Rd

Kenton Rd

Kenton On Sea

6191

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.683631

26.673298

10 Hoog St

Hoog St

Paulpietersburg

3180

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-27.425713

30.818578

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Our South African towns or districts are managed by municipalities. A municipality is basically the administrative council that manages the proper running of the district or jurisdiction. The municipality could include small rural villages or larger suburbs, but in the cities, there is a metropolitan municipality running the community. The municipality is voted into power by the people who are resident in the area. Municipalities are divided into wards, which are sections of the area that can managed by different ward councillors. Each area in South Africa will be managed by a different ward councillor, who can be contacted at any time to help with municipal commitments. It’s the ward councillors’ responsibility to ensure a number of factors are running smoothly within the municipality. This includes:
  • Parks in the area are kept safe, clean and in an acceptable state
  • Municipal roads are intact and free from potholes
  • Municipal signs are intact
  • Traffic lights are in working order
  • Street lights are in working order
  • Refuse removal is in operation
  • Public bins are emptied and cleaned regularly
  • Traffic congestion is alleviated where possible
There are many more functions offered by the municipality that acts and governs the area on behalf of the government. Basically, a municipality assists the local government in running a specified area so that the load of responsibility is shared. Find out who your local municipality is by doing a search for your area name. If you can’t find your exact jurisdiction, widen your search slightly. You will find contact details for all municipalities on Yellow Pages.  

Municipalities

Get information and contacts for all the different municipalities in your region or regions close by.

Our South African towns or districts are managed by municipalities. A municipality is basically the administrative council that manages the proper running of the district or jurisdiction. The municipality could include small rural villages or larger suburbs, but in the cities, there is a metropolitan municipality running the community. The municipality is voted into power by the people who are resident in the area. Municipalities are divided into wards, which are sections of the area that can managed by different ward councillors. Each area in South Africa will be managed by a different ward councillor, who can be contacted at any time to help with municipal commitments. It’s the ward councillors’ responsibility to ensure a number of factors are running smoothly within the municipality. This includes:
  • Parks in the area are kept safe, clean and in an acceptable state
  • Municipal roads are intact and free from potholes
  • Municipal signs are intact
  • Traffic lights are in working order
  • Street lights are in working order
  • Refuse removal is in operation
  • Public bins are emptied and cleaned regularly
  • Traffic congestion is alleviated where possible
There are many more functions offered by the municipality that acts and governs the area on behalf of the government. Basically, a municipality assists the local government in running a specified area so that the load of responsibility is shared. Find out who your local municipality is by doing a search for your area name. If you can’t find your exact jurisdiction, widen your search slightly. You will find contact details for all municipalities on Yellow Pages.  
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