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Ugu District’s water access reaches 83 percent

: A community member from one of the rural communities in the district gets water from a tap in the yard of her house more...


Community applauds noticable improvement by Ugu

The 2014/2015 Mayoral Izimbizo has taken a pleasing stance for Ugu District Municipality as communities in various localities have applauded the efforts made by the municipality to improve its water and sanitation services more...


Masinenge's bulk water and sanitation project

One of the three new pumpstations being constructed for the Masinenge Bulk Water and Sanitation Services Project more...


WATER IS LIFE: Respect it, Conserve it, Enjoy it

An unusually high water bill may indicate a leak somewhere in your home. Water leaks can be very costly and a waste of South Africa's most precious natural resource. Make every drop count. Report water leaks at your nearest municipal offices.

  • Use a bucket rather than a hose to wash your car
  • Kettles should be filled with just enough water for your needs and not to the brim
  • Turn off taps while washing your face, brushing your teeth or shaving
  • Taking a five-minute shower a day, instead of a bath will save up to 400 litres a week
  • Fix leaking toilets. It can waste up to 100 000 litres of water in one year.
For water and sanitation related queries, leaks and burst pipes and illegal water connections, contact your ward councillor or call 08000 WATER (92837) or (039) 688 5830/36 or SMS 44751.

"Ugu District Municipality promotes working together to create an environment that is friendly responsive, accountable, effective and efficient for local communities"

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Previous Press Releases

 Municipalities unite to eradicate fraud and corruption
 Visits to begin for IDP and Budget Roadshows
 Railway bridge pipe leak fixed...
 Men walk a mile in her shoes
 Ugu District's business entity successfully launched
 Calls for civil and business sector participation
 Disaster Management Centre sod turning a success
 Amakhosi to serve in Municipal Councils
 Ugu drivers excel in driving competition
 Watertight plans for 2013 festive season
 Leadership visits communities on service delivery

Events Calendar 2014

Council Meetings 2014 | Bid Committee Meetings 2014


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