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Revenue from property rates is used by the municipality to fund services for the community. These include the construction and maintenance
of streets, sidewalks, street lighting and storm drainage facilities, parks, recreational facilities, cemeteries and libraries as well as the
administration of the municipality.
Who pays rates?
• Rates are paid by all owners of property, and even National and Provincial Government.
How are rates calculated?
• Property rates are calculated on the market value of the property, by multiplying it by a cent amount in the Rand, which is then divided by
12 months, to arrive at the monthly charge.


The responsibility of the outgoing consumer continues until he has notified the Council accordingly. If your supply has been disconnected due to non-payment of your account, it will only be reconnected upon settlement on the full amount plus reconnection fees, and an additional deposit. The amounts levied are due and payable on date as stated. Interest is raised in terms of Section 97(1) (e) of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 on all arrear amounts. Receipts will not be issued if payment is made by cheque.
Enquiries: 016 360 7457/58.
Absa Bank,
Branch Code: 638156,
Account number: 405 320 3845 
The Amounts levied are due and payable on date as stated on the overleaf. Interest is raised in terms of Section 17 of the Municipal Property Rates Act, 6 of 2004 on all arrear amounts.
Allocation of payments: Unless you stipulate the contrary when making payment, part payment of this account will be allocated in priority order as determined by the Council.
Enquiries: 016 360 7457/58.