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Durban July brings economic boost

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…
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Updating of electricity prepaid meter made easier and efficient

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…
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eThekwini Muncipal Departments at work in the precinct

A big thank you to the eThekwini Municipality (eTM) Streetlighting Department who spent a lot of time in the precinct this month getting our streetlights sorted out. The team also changed three damaged light poles on Bridge City Boulevard, Bhejane Street, and Torvale crescent. The precinct is now very well lit at night which will…
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City gears up for Hollywoodbets Durban July

Durban is gearing up for the R5 million record stake at the Hollywoodbets Durban July horseracing event taking place on 1 July at the Greyville Racecourse. The event injects over R300 million into the City’s economy and creates job and other opportunities in related value chains. There will be a variety of marquees including the…
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How to get in touch with your MA

The Bridge City Management Association has been operating since 2007, that’s 16 years. Our growth is a reflection of our good work in the precinct with an increase in membership over the years. In growing, so have our communication platforms, a vital tool to receive and inform our members of any positive news stories and…
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The growing influence of technology in managing precincts

In the digital era, technology has revolutionized precinct operations.  Software and communication platforms have emerged as powerful tools for connecting with members, enabling instant communication, facilitating the exchange of information, and being proactive in the safety and security of public spaces. In the realm of disaster management, as seen during the pandemic, floods, and riots,…
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Know your CSW refuse bags

Residents are urged to utilise the correct bags for disposal of waste, garden refuse, and recycling. The Cleansing and Solid Waste (CSW) Unit has noted that residents are not utilising the correct bags for the different types of waste. Waste placed in the incorrect bag will not be collected. Black refuse bags These are used…
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