Organisations and or bodies who qualify for financial assistance in terms of the criteria and prescriptions contained in Bitou Municipality’s Grant-in-Aid Policy and Section 67 of the Municipal Financial Management Act 2003, are hereby invited to submit proposals for programs they endeavor to undertake during calendar year 2023.
Only applications submitted on the prescribed application form and accompanied by all the required information, documentation, financial statements, covering letter, etc. and received by the office of the Executive Mayor by end of business on 15 February 2023, shall be considered.
Copies of application form are available at various municipal offices during office hours as well as on the Bitou Municipality website: www.bitou.gov.za
Please direct any queries to Mr. Herman Nieuwoudt @ Tel: 044 501 3484.
Bitou Municipality reserves the right not to make any award and will make no award to organisations that have received funds in previous book year but have not submitted a final report on its previous expenditure.
Imibutho kunye okanye amaqumrhu akulungeleyo ukufumana uncedo lwemali ngokwemigaqo nemimiselo equlethwe kuMgaqo-nkqubo weSibonelelo so - Ncedo (iGrant In Aid) kaMasipala waseBitou kunye neCandelo lama-67 loMthetho woLawulo lweMali kaMasipala ka-2003, bayamenywa ukuba bangenise izindululo zeenkqubo abazama ukuzifaka ngexesha. Ikhalenda yonyaka ka-2023.
Kuphela zizicelo ezifakwe kwifomu yesicelo emiselweyo kwaye zikhatshwa lulo lonke ulwazi olufunekayo, amaxwebhu, iingxelo zemali, ileta echazayo, njl.njl. kwaye ezifunyenwe yi-ofisi kaSodolophu oLawulayo ekupheleni komsebenzi nge-15 kaFebruwari 2023, ziya kuqwalaselwa.
Iikopi zefomu yesicelo ziyafumaneka kwii-ofisi zikamasipala ezahlukeneyo ngamaxesha omsebenzi nakwiwebhusayithi kaMasipala waseBitou: www.bitou.gov.za
Nceda ubhekise nayiphi na imibuzo kuMnu. Herman Nieuwoudt @ Umnxeba: 044 501 3484 okanye kwi email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UMasipala waseBitou unelungelo lokungenzi naliphi na ibhaso kwaye uya kwenza
Organisasies en of liggame wat kwalifiseer vir finansiële bystand ingevolge die kriteria en voorskrifte vervat in Bitou Munisipaliteit se Hulpverleningsbeleid en Artikel 67 van die Wet op Munisipale Finansiële Bestuur 2003, word hiermee uitgenooi om voorstelle in te dien vir programme wat hulle gedurende die kalenderjaar 2023 wil onderneem.
Slegs aansoeke wat op die voorgeskrewe aansoekvorm ingedien word en vergesel word van al die vereiste inligting, dokumentasie, finansiële state, dekbrief, ensovoorts en teen die einde van die besigheid op 15 Februarie 2023 deur die kantoor van die Uitvoerende Burgemeester ontvang is, sal oorweeg word.
Afskrifte van aansoekvorm is beskikbaar by verskeie munisipale kantore gedurende kantoorure asook op die Bitou Munisipaliteit se webwerf: www.bitou.gov.za
Rig asseblief enige navrae aan Mnr. Herman Nieuwoudt @ Tel: 044 501 3484 of e-pos aan email@example.com
Bitou Munisipaliteit behou die reg voor om geen toekenning te maak nie en sal geen toekenning maak aan organisasies wat in die vorige boekjaar fondse ontvang het, maar nie 'n finale verslag oor sy vorige uitgawes ingedien het nie.
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The importance of good and efficient record keeping should be recognised because information is vital to activities that contribute to service delivery, such as, decision-making, planning, problem-solving, innovation, good governance and accountability.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has gazetted the Draft Water and Sanitation Service on Privately Owned Land; through the government gazette notice No: 47558;689
As a sector leader, the Department of Water and Sanitation is embarking on a comprehensive stakeholder consultation for the Draft Water and Sanitation Sevices Policy on Privately Owned Land for 60 days. The Draft Policy is a culmination of the 2017 Mshengu vs uMsunduzi LM, uMshwathi LM, uMgungundlovu DM and others, in which the judge indicated that the failure by the implicated municipalities to provide farm occupiers and labour tenants who are living in their areas of jurisdiction with access to basic sanitation, sufficient water and collection of refuse is inconsistent with the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa particularly Section 9, 10, 24, 27(1)(b), 33, 152, 153, 195 and 237.
The draft Water and Sanitation Services Policy on Privately Owned Land expands and operationalizes chapter V(5) of the Water Services Act (Act No. 108 of 1997), in which the Department seeks to use the private land owners as intermediaries in the provision of the water and sanitation services.
It is on this basis that you are cordially invited to participate to the planned consultation workshop. Your department has been identified as a key stakeholder that will participate in the consultations of the Draft Water and Sanitation Services Policy on Privately Owned Land.
Your organization/ department and municipality is requested to nominate two officials to participate in the aforementioned public consultation. Your participation will be appreciated for the benefit of the sector in development of this policy. The consultation workshop for is scheduled as follows:
Date: 02 February 2023
Venue: Oudtshoorn (Surval Estate)
For more details, please contact Khunjulwa Xulubana from the Department of Water and Sanitation at XulubanaK@dws.gov.zaLast published 19 January 2023
It is a requirement from National Government, that all Municipalities, must send their final water samples, on an annual basis, to an Accredited Laboratory for testing. These results indicate that the final effluent, off all the Water and Waste Water Treatment Plants, Fully complies with the National Standards (Sans 241: 2015). That means the water is safe for human consumption, recreation, as well as the environment.
Closing Date: 31 January 2023
Salary: R 358 217.70 – R 464 991.26 (T12)
DIRECTORATE: CORPORATE SERVICES
DIVISION: CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS, INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS &
SECTION: SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT & COMMUNICATION
BASIC SALARY: R 358 217.70 – R 464 991.26 (T12) + MUNICIPAL BENEFITS
REF NO.: NOTICE 19 of 2023
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES: ● Relevant 3 year Tertiary qualification, preferably a Diploma /National Diploma or degree ● 2-5 years relevant experience required.
REQUIREMENTS: ● Valid driver’s license ● Computer literate (MS Office applications ● Good supervision, human relations and communication skills ● Ability to give attention to detail ● High level of responsibility ● Ability to work under pressure ● Proficiency in at least two of the three official languages in the Western Cape (read, write and speak) ● Required to work outside normal office, during emergencies and planned overtime ● Must be responsible, honest, reliable and able to work independently ● Mentally fit and healthy
FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinate and control the processes associated with social media content and communication programs and projects ● Develops an effective communication strategy for the municipality ●Liaise with the media in terms of the Municipality’s policy and strategy in order to ensure a professional working relationship between the media, Council and residents.● Compile media releases and organise media conferences to brief community/ press● Administrates, organize. and coordinate all communication events/functions at the municipality ●Address issues affecting the Municipality’s image and reputation with timeous communication interventions through research and conveying factual information in media releases ● Maintain and modify the Municipal social website (Facebook / Twitter / WhatsApp/ Instagram, etc.) and ensure that electronic applications are updated and fully functional● Monitor and manage the functional activities of personnel● Adhere to Supply Chain Management procedures ● Coordinate and control procedural administrative requirements, record keeping and reporting deadlines associated with the Section ● Keeps abreast of developments, legislative changes, emerging trends and latest technologies in the profession.
CORE PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES
PUBLIC SERVICE ORIENTATION COMPETENCIES
MANAGEMENT / LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES
Work related enquiries can be directed to the Manager: Corporate Communication, Intergovernmental Relations and Public Participation Mr. A Namntu on firstname.lastname@example.org or on tell: 044 501 3006.
For general enquiries, contact Mr. J Williams or Ms L Clark on telephone no: 044 501 3418.
Candidates must be willing to be subjected to an interview and competency assessment and must be aware that previous employers and references will be contacted and their qualifications, credit and criminal record will be verified. The candidates will be required to disclose all Financial Interests.
Application forms are available on the Bitou website (www.bitou.gov.za). A comprehensive CV, original copies of Identification documents, qualifications, and driver’s license must accompany the application form and must be hand delivered/couriered to the Human Resources Section, Bitou Municipality, 1 Sewell Street, Plettenberg Bay or posted to Private Bag X1002; Plettenberg Bay; 6600.
Bitou Municipality is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates from the designated groups, including those with disabilities, are encouraged to apply
MUNICIPAL MANAGER CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2023 @ 14h00
If you receive no feedback from us within 12 weeks after the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
Bitou Municipality reserves the right not to make any appointment and to re-advertise before a shortlist is compiledNotice 19 of 2023 Senior Officer Social Media Content and Communication(Closing date 31 January 2023) (247.81KB) Application for Employment (563.9KB) Last published 16 January 2023