Last week, our management team delved into a “back to basics” site inspection with our Head of Southern Operations, to remind cleaning and greening teams on the ground to be attentive and take care of the little things that are within our control. The result of the inspection was a new work schedule being implemented…
Management Association at Work
The eThekwini Transport Authority (ETA) has commenced preparatory work at the BRT terminal, aiming to have it operational by late November or December this year. This follows months of discussions between the housing department, ETA, and various taxi associations. The goal is to provide them with a dedicated space in the new facility.
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The City’s recently launched mobile application is steadily gaining popularity as a convenient means for residents to access Municipal services. The eThekwini Mobile App was introduced as an alternative method to ensure that residents receive services without having to physically visit the City’s Sizakala Centres. With more than 18 000 downloads, the new app has…
Green Africa enjoyed a fruitful week as their planned activities received dedicated attention. The teams concentrated on revitalizing the flower beds in the bridge city precinct, which involved soil cultivation and the removal of withered leaves and litter. Additionally, they diligently conducted street sweeping to maintain the cleanliness of the surrounding roads. Well done team!
Green Africa had a productive week in the precinct. The team continued with scheduled maintenance and more emphasis on the litter picking and street sweeping efforts with the wind and increased foot traffic both contributing factors to the increase in litter.
Green Africa had a productive month continuing with their scheduled maintenance. They placed more emphasis on litter picking efforts around the precinct with the wind and increased foot traffic both contributing factors to large amounts of debris collecting in certain areas.
We would also like to send a very warm welcome to the McDonalds Drive-Thru which is now open, and we wish them all the best in the precinct. We look forward to the increased foot and vehicle traffic this new addition to the precinct will bring. Look out for the McDonald’s at the BP Station.
The 2023 installment of the Hollywoodbets Durban July contributed to the recovery of the tourism and hospitality sector. Held on 1 July at the Greyville Racecourse, the event was packed to capacity. Jockey Kabelo Matsunyane, riding Winchester Mansion, scored the biggest win of his career when he was crowned the winner of this year’s main…
Ethekwini Municipality has made the updating of prepaid electricity meters much easier. All third-party vending systems can now generate key change tokens. This forms part of the City’s process to roll over its prepaid electricity token system to the new STS 6 format. The new key change tokens will ensure that customers who use prepaid…
- Year-end update from the Bridge City Management Association
- Official opening of Dr Pixley Ka iSaka Seme Memorial Hospital in Bridge City
- eTM stakeholder engagement ahead of the festive season
- Entries now open for the 3rd Durban Tourism Business Awards
- Durban Heights Water Treatment Works to undergo critical shutdown ahead of start of the festive season
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