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The Innovation Festival Durban – Save the date – 15 November

SAVE THE DATE and Join in on November 15th at the Hilton Hotel, Umhlanga Arch in Durban for the 8th Innovation Festival! Get ready to unlock ‘INNOVATION TOMORROW, UNLOCKED TODAY’ and be part of the future. Save the date now! More information available at www.innovationfestival.durban 
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Cleaning and greening teams transforming our space

Our cleaning and greening teams are on a roll with verge maintenance on both M25 embankments. The Bridge City Boulevard flower beds are getting a makeover too, courtesy of their dedicated efforts. Our team completed a week of tree trimming and tended to the maintenance of flower beds and garden areas. Kudos to the team…
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Mayor promotes local green tourism during World Tourism Day celebrations

As part of continuous efforts to promote local attractions, eThekwini Municipality, led by Mayor Councillor Mxolisi Kaunda, joined the rest of the world in celebration of World Tourism Day on 29 September. Themed ‘Tourism and green investment’, this year’s celebration aimed to highlight the need for everyone to try and invest in the Sustainable Development…
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Tree trimming and felling in Bridge City

Green Africa began tree trimming in the precinct this month, with the trees in the Bridge City Business Estate getting their branches felled, the team will be removing the branches during the course of the coming weeks. A big thank you to the team from Instratin for getting one of their TLB to assist in…
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It’s time – take part in our Annual Perception Survey and have your say

Your active participation is key to shaping the future of Bridge City. Join our Annual 2023/4 Perception Survey, a vital tool in our quest for excellence. Survey Essentials This survey captures your thoughts, experiences, and recommendations to position Bridge City as a sought-after precinct. It’s easy to get involved: Access the Survey: Click here. Submit Your…
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Ethekwini app grows by leaps and bounds

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…
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Report electricity faults on WhatsApp

The Municipality is committed to providing an efficient and quick service to residents. Bearing this in mind, load shedding has contributed to an increased number of faults due to overload trips. The City has made reporting electricity faults much easier. Residents can report electricity-related faults to the WhatsApp number 076 791 2449. The WhatsApp facility…
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