13 Kerk St

Kerk St

Petrus Steyn

9640

Free State

South Africa

-27.646712

28.129424

Main St

Main St

Hankey

6350

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.83196

24.87699

112 Donkin St

Donkin St

Beaufort West

6970

Western Cape

South Africa

-32.3495218

22.582688

1 Max Mabase St

Max Mabase St

Klipplaat

6255

Eastern Cape

South Africa

1 Main St

Main St

Creighton

4600

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-30.1499085

30.0635684

333 Church St

Church St

Pietermaritzburg

3201

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.59927

30.38107

Sutherland Av

Town Hall

Sutherland Av

Randfontein

1759

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18236

27.70202

13 Ficus St

Ficus St

Marble Hall

0450

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-24.9668861

29.2910386

Railway Rd

Stand No 935

Railway Rd

Mogwase

0314

North West

South Africa

Fichardt St

Civic Cntr

Fichardt St

Sasolburg

1947

Gauteng

South Africa

Celliers St

Municipality Building

Celliers St

Douglas

8730

Northern Cape

South Africa

-29.053258

23.775487

Mandela St

Civic Cntr

Mandela St

Emalahleni

1039

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.875677

29.223148

103 Main St

Main St

Nongoma

3950

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-27.89883

31.647953

29 Church St

Church St

Prince Albert

6930

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.2261724

22.0303185

Margaret Av

Margaret Av

Kempton Park

1619

Gauteng

South Africa

Church Sq

Church Sq

Graaff Reinet

6280

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.250762

24.535112

Loop St

Loop St

Richmond

7090

Northern Cape

South Africa

-31.413339

23.941648

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.  

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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