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To provide an affordable quality service to inhabitants an visitors in

//Khara Hais municipal jurisdiction and to execute the policies and programmes of the council.

 

Mission

As an authority that delivers municipal services to //Khara Hais municipal
jurisdiction, we attempt, by means of a motivated staff, to develop

//Khara Hais municipal jurisdiction increasingly as pleasant, safe and affordable

living and workplace for it's residents and a hospitable and

relaxed visiting place for it's visitors.

 

 

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//Khara Hais munisipale regsgebied toenemend as 'n aangename en bekostigbare, woon – en werkplek vir sy inwoners en 'n gasvrye en ontspanne kuierplek vir sy besoekers te bemark.
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Om bekostigbare gehaltediens aan inwoners en besoekers in //Khara Hais
munisipale regsgebied te verskaf en beleid en programme
van die Raad tot uitvoer te bring.

Missie
As 'n owerheid wat munisipale dienste in die //Khara Hais munisipale regsgebied lewer, word onderneem om deur middel van 'n gemotiveerde personeelkorps,

//Khara Hais munisipale regsgebied toenemend as 'n aangename en bekostigbare, woon – en werkplek vir sy inwoners en 'n gasvrye en ontspanne kuierplek vir sy besoekers te bemark.
NORTHERN CAPE COMMUNICATION SUMMIT
The South African Local Government Association, SALGA, in the Northern Cape recently held a summit on Communications in Kuruman. The summit was attended by communicators from municipalities, councillors, Speakers and Mayors. It was aimed at improving communications in municipalities. The summit recommended that municipalities appoint communicators as soon as 2015 so as to communicate effectively to the residents. The summit also recommended that municipalities budget for communications and put structures in place that will support communication activities.
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
The //Khara Hais municipality is calling on the public to take ownership of the underground fire hydrants located near their properties. A Fire Hydrant is a permanent underground water supply unit which is used to fight fires. The fire hydrant comes in handy in case of a fire in a particular locality. We should prevent the removal of the lids of the fire hydrants and littering of foreign material into the manholes.
We call on the community to report those who vandalise fire hydrants on (054) 338 7000.
In the picture (middle)  is Mr Patrick Williams, the Manager of Communications at //Khara Hais Municipality in Upington. He presented //Khara Hais as a best practice in terms of communications in the Northern Cape.
Underground Fire Hydrant
The //Khara Hais Municipality is calling on the public not to misuse the emergency numbers. Some members of the public are calling the emergency numbers and report emergencies which do not exist. By doing this, they misdirect resources where its not needed.
Emergency numbers are meant for real emergencies.
FIRE HYDRANTS
A Fire Truck.
VANDALISING OF MUNICIPAL PROPERTY
The //Khara Hais Municipality is calling on the community not to vandalise municipal property. the Municipality has noted that the parks, stadiums and graveyards are vandalised. We call on the community to own these property because it belongs to them.

Cars are not allowed to park on the grass of the parks because it kills the grass and it destroys the irrigation system.
A municipal building was vandalised.
SPEEDING IN THE COMMUNITY
The //Khara Hais Municipality has noted that people are speeding in the community. Any person who is found driving recklessly or negligently will be fined or arrested. We call upon the community to adhere to the rules of the road at all times. Stringent law enforcement activities will be conducted in all the wards of this Municipality. We also want to request the community to be very cautious when approaching schools, taking into consideration the safety of our children.
Motorists should drive cautiously towards pedestrian crossings.
We call on the residents to report such incidents to (054) 338 7000.
We call upon the residents to report all forms of non compliance to road traffic issues to report them to 054-3387421/2/3/4, and after hours 054-3387406.
HOUSING PROJECT HAS COMMENCED
A Housing Project was launched recently by the //Khara Hais Municipality, funded by COGHSTA where 250 houses will be build. In the picture is Councillor Monica Kock with Mr Hendrik Visagie from Thomson Single in Louisvale, where  twelve (12) of these houses will be build.

Mr Visagie is living here for more than 18 years in a shack and is very happy about his new home being build in his own yard. Cllr Kock emphasised about the
importance of a home, and how the government is acknowledging the needs of the people.
Cllr Kock and Mr Visagie standing next to the foundation of his new home being dug.
LIGHTS ON SOON FOR HASHVALLEY & RONDOMSKRIK
This project is part of Councils continuous electrification programme, with assistance from the Department of Energy through the Integrated National Electrification Programme (INEP) where 200 informal houses will be supplied with electricity, which will cost around R4,5 million in Hashvalley and 89 houses in Rondomskrik area amounts to R1,5 million. The funding of the project is set out as follows: 50% by the Department of Energy (INEP) and 50% by Council. BVi Consulting Engineers is the Project Managers and the Contractor is EMC Electrical Reticulation. We hope to have this programme finished by the end on June 2015.
In the middle, Director Hennie Auret (Electro - Mechanical Services) and next to him with the hard hat is Cllr Mayfrom Ward 10.
In the middle is Cllr Ragel George from Ward 5 and next to her on the left is Director Hennie Auret (Electro - Mechanical Services - //Khara Hais) and the Contractor, Mr Agenbach. To the right of Cllr George is Bvi Consultant Engineers.
The contractor has already started with the project. Here we can see the white line that indicate where the cables will be laid.