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Bitou Mayoral Golf Day 2015

16 October 2015 - 16 October 2015

Mandela Day 2015

17 July 2015 - 17 July 2015

 

You are cordially invited to spend your 67 minutes with Bitou Municipal Councillors and Officials.

Date: 17 July 2015
Time: 10h00
Venue: Covie

Bitou Municipality has identified Covie as a focal point for Mandela Day.

A number of activities will be rendered to benefit the Covie community. Such activities will include amongst other things, painting of the Church that the Community uses as a community center, enhance library facilities, construction of bus shelter, etc.

Phone: (044) 501 3000

Fax: (044) 533 3487

E-mail: jsijama@plett.gov.za

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Last published 27 September 2016

Plett Heritage Festival

24 September 2015 - 24 September 2015

Come and join the Greater Plettenberg Bay Community in the festivities.

Date: 24th September 2015
Venue: Old Flea Market, below Municipal Offices in Town
Time: 12h00 to 17h00

Be sure to join us for this special day in celebrating our rich cultural diversity and heritage.

Rich, Local Entertainment, Food Stalls, Crafts and Art Exhibitions, Entertainment for the Elderly and kids will be available.

ENTER THE BEST CULTURAL DRESS AND BEST FOOD STALL COMPETITION.

Do not miss this Fun Fare and Prizes to be won!!!!!!

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Last published 22 September 2016

Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival

09 October 2015 - 10 October 2015

Beach or mountains. Wine or bubbly? Book your tickets now for Plett’s second festival dedicated to wine, bubbles and the finer things in life.

There will be more than ten local producers from the area. This is great news for the Garden Route and close neighbours Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown and East London.

Date: 09 and 10 October 2015
Venue: Central Beach Plett
Times: 09 Oct 13h00 to 20h00 | 10 Oct 12h00 to 20h00
Programme: Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival Programme 2015
No persons under the age of 18.
FREE shuttle service from the Piesang Valley Community Hall parking to Central Beach daily from 12h00 to 20h00.

Tickets: Buy online at www.plett-tourism.co.za

Arno Carstens, who started his successful career as lead singer of the hugely popular Springbok Nude Girls, and continued to make some of SA’s favourite music as a solo artist will be performing on Saturday at the Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival.

Friday and Saturday festival goers will also enjoy the cheerful music of “The Sounds of Joy”, Plett’s popular Tigger Reunert, legendary Wendy Oldfield and Stellenbosch muso, Gerald Clark.

Friday’s performance will also include SAMA award-nominated Josie Field. The musicians will be complemented by the sounds of the surf on Central Beach during the 2nd annual Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival on 9-10 October.

So go ahead and celebrate now…POP! We all know that sound…drink up, get ready and we’ll see you the 9th and 10th of October on Plett’s Central Beach

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Last published 22 September 2016

A21 Walk For Freedom

17 October 2015 - 17 October 2015

The A21 Walk For Freedom takes place in Plett on the 17th of October 2015.

The Walk is a collective effort to heighten awareness of modern-day slavery and raise funds to take us one step closer to ending human trafficking in our lifetime. The Walk For Freedom will make its way around the world on October 17, shedding light on the 27 million men, women and children who are still in bondage. When we join forces in one single day, we not only catch the attention of our cities, but we combine our efforts to have a global impact.

Plett is inviting the whole Garden Route to join us. Please invite everyone you know!

Follow the A21 event on Facebook and register on www.a21.org

Or just contact official A21 Host: Lindy van Rooyen for any further queries on lindyvr@gmail.com

 

About the walk

  • The Walk will be 2,5 km and starts at the N2 bridge – parking area outside Castleton. We will proceed down Marine Way, Turn into the Main Road, Continue down until the Whale Tail Circle, and back up the Main Road to end at the area next to LM.
  • It is a silent, single file march.
  • Everyone wears all black, or an A21 Walk For Freedom T-shirt with black pants or a skirt.
  • T-shirts are available for R80 from Plett A21 host, Lindy.
  • There is no age limit, so prams or walking sticks are welcome. As well as wheelchairs if you are able or have someone assisting you.

 

Remember to bring a camera / camera phone. Using Social Media to make the Walk go viral all around the world is how we reached millions last year, and we want to see more this year. Use #WalkForFreedom when you post on instagram, twitter or facebook and follow A21′s accounts as well for updates and to share your photos.

The Bitou Municipality Mayor’s office is co-hosting and Special Programs, Youth Development, Social Development and Kwanokuthula SAPS are all supporting this extremely important awareness campaign.

To donate to the cause please use the following link to pay directly to the A21 Plett Walk For Freedom Fundraising page: http://www.a21.org/fundraiser.php?id=182695

For any further information please feel free to contact Lindy van Rooyen on 076 194 1057 or lindyvr@gmail.com

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Last published 22 September 2016

Elderly and Disabled Sport Day

23 October 2015 - 23 October 2015

Bitou Municipality will be holding a Sport Day for the elderly and disabled on Plett Rugby Field on 23 October 2015.

Date: 23 Oct 2015
Time: 10h00
Venue: Plett Rugby Field

Programme

Programme Director: Hendrick Blaauw
Opening: Virgil Hill
Welcoming:  CClr Ndayi
Purpose: Miss C. Sonjani
Guest Speakers : DSD, SAPS,
Key Note Speaker: Executive Mayor Mr Memory Booysen
Vote of Thanks: Cclr A. Olivier Sports
Activities; Fun; Fun…

 

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Last published 22 September 2016

Auction of Redundant Assets

12 March 2016 - 12 March 2016

Date: 12 December 2015 – 10H00

Place: 17 Marine Drive, Workshop, Bitou Municipality Plettenberg Bay – View 2 hours prior to auction

* No Reserve / All goods “Voetstoots”

* R500 Refundable deposit

* Only EFT and Bank Guaranteed Cheques accepted

* FICA documentation required

Visit www.expressonlineauctions.co.za for goods on auction and Terms and Conditions

Contact: JOHAN 082 854 4685

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Last published 22 September 2016

Jazz on the Rocks

19 March 2016 - 20 March 2016

Dates
19 – 20 March 2016

Venue
Central Beach, Plett (Plettenberg Bay)

Latest confirmed artists line-up (programme)
Jimmy Dludlu, Judith Sephuma, Just Jinger, The Rockets, Afro Fiesta, Kurt Darren, P. J. Powers, Alistair Izobell, Steve Newman, Brent Kruse, Errol Dyers, Leslie Kleinsmith, Tony Cox, Roman Alexander

Negotiations to sign other artists (Hugh Masekela, Zonke, Lira, Nathi, Thandizwa Mazwai, Dr. Victor & the Rasta Rebels etc.etc.) to the Plett Jazz on the Rocks Festival, continues in all earnest. See more in the next update.

Ticket prices
Day pass: R200
Weekend pass: R300
Golden pass: R450

Ticket distribution
Available through Computicket outlets, Moneymarkets at Shoprite, Checkers, PnP etc.
Opening of tickets to be advised in next update

MUNICIPAL NOTICE

NOTICE NO 39/2016

Notice is hereby given in terms of section 45 of the Bitou By-law on Municipal Land Use Planning that application has been received for a jazz festival to be held from 19 March, till 20 March 2016 on Central Beach as an occasional use. The application is available for inspection during weekdays during office hours at the Municipal Town Planning Department at Office No 2 in Monks View, Church Street.

Any written comments may be addressed in terms of section 50 of the said legislation to The Municipal Manager, Private Bag X 1002 Plettenberg Bay or at the above office (Town Planning) or by e-mail (cschliemann@plett.gov.za) on or before 14 days from the date of publication of this notice, quoting your, name, address or contact details, interest in the application and reasons for comments. Telephonic enquiries can be made to C. Schliemann at 044 – 501 3324. The Municipality may refuse to accept comment received after the closing date. Any person who cannot write will be assisted by a Municipal official by transcribing their comments.

Mr. Allen A. Paulse
Municipal Manager
Tel: 044 501 3000
Bitou Local Municipality
Private Bag X1002, Plettenberg Bay, 6600
NOTICE NO 39/2016

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Last published 22 September 2016

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