Urban Management / Management Association

Festive Season Safety Awareness

The Bridge City Management Association appeals to all members to please take note of the following as we enter the holiday season.

A Productive November

The Green Africa team had a productive November, which left Bridge City looking green and great. Some of the tasks the team carried out in the month of November was cutting grass on open stands, the work was carried out over the course of three weeks. The team also did a litter pick in the…

The BCMA Security Team Gets Equipped

The BCMA security team received their new patrol vehicle this month as the time had come for a replacement. The team got a bigger and better branded vehicle that can tackle various terrain it comes across. It is also easily visible and will become a notable presence when it comes to securing Bridge City. The security…

GO Durban Bus Rapid Transport Bus Shelter

We are glad to announce that the construction of the BRT (GO Durban) temporary bus shelter which is scheduled to open in June 2020 is going at a steady pace.

Load Shedding Announced

Eskom announced that load shedding is likely to continue. See load Shedding Schedule HERE.

Grass Cutting Complete

Earlier this month, grass cutting on the Business Estate was carried out by the Green Africa team. The grass cutting took them three weeks to complete and included the platforms and banks, they also cut any alien invasive plants they came across.

Cleaning Up After Truck Drops Litter

Litter picking on Iqola Road done by the Green Africa Maintenance team in early October. The litter fell off from a truck passing by on the M25 highway.

Reducing Street Light Faults

On Tuesday the 29th of October, the street lights weren’t working correctly on Bridge City Boulevard. With the help of municipal contractors Fifth Times Electrical they have managed to reduce the number of faults and light up the precinct. Herewith attached are pictures of municipal contractor doing some repairs to the street lights on Bridge…

Residents Urged To Be Considerate When Lighting Fireworks

Durban Metro Police spokesman, Senior Superintendent Parboo Sewpersad said fireworks can only be lit from sunset on the days of Diwali until midnight. He warned however that those lighting fireworks must be considerate and not become a nuisance – which carried a R1500 spot fine. Here are some of the by-laws governing the lighting of…

Load Shedding Warning

ALERT: Please note that Eskom has warned of Stage 2 Load Shedding to be implemented from 9am – 11pm today! For the Load Shedding Schedule for eThekwini click the link below. View the Load Shedding Schedule HERE.
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