Indigent burials are burials that are paid for by the municipality on behalf of people who are unable to bury their loved ones. For more information download the Midvaal Indigent Burials Information Sheet
The community of Savanna City Pocket 4 will now enjoy a newly established park completed and open to the public on 11 May 2022.
Notice is hereby given for Road Closures from the 25th of April 2022 to the 19th of August 2022,
affecting the following roads;
• Junius Road – from Loch Street to Service Lane North, and
• Eeufees Crescent – from corner Junius to corner Boet Kruger in Meyerton CBD
DOWNLOAD FOR MORE INFORMATION: Road Closure – April 2022
Residents of Midvaal will, this month, have an opportunity to express their opinion,views, and comments on the spatial vision and future economic development trajectory of the municipality for the next 5 years. A series of meetings will be held across the municipality to present the draft Spatial Development Framework (SDF) and to listen to the inputs from communities and stakeholders. DOWNLOAD the Draft SDF Media Statement
Midvaal Local Municipality has received numerous enquiries from members of the public regarding the attached “City Report” relating to the illegal housing development on Portion 116 of the Farm Elandsfontein 334 IQ.
Notice is hereby given in terms of Chapter 4 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 read with Section 22 of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003, that the
Midvaal Local Municipality has tabled the budget, and tariffs for the year 2021/2022 on 25 March 2021.
The Midvaal Local Municipality would like to encourage SMMEs that are in the Manufacturing Sector to apply for the Small Enterprise Manufacturing Support Programme(SEMSP). The SEMSP is mainly targeted at resuscitating and growing townships, rural towns and villages’ economies, by providing financial (blended finance) and non-financial support to area based small-scale manufacturers. The programme provide support to the following manufacturing sub-sectors: furniture manufacturing; basic iron, metal and steel manufacturing; petroleum and chemical manufacturing; food and beverages manufacturing (agro-processing); clothing, leather and textiles; electrical machinery manufacturing and Green Technology/Digital Technology.
- Be a registered legal entity in South Africa in terms of the Companies Act 1973.
- Be 100% owned by South African citizens.
- Have been in operation for at least two years.
- Predominately be black, women, youth or person with disability owned and managed.
- Be registered and compliant with the South African Revenue Service.
- Must be registered on the National SMME Database – https://smmesa.gov.za.
Please contact email@example.com / 012 748 9600 to request application forms or for funding queries.
Download the full brochure of the programme on this link:
http://www.dsbd.gov.za/sites/default/files/publications/localisation.pdf for more information.