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Umhlangane River

RHVBEMA maintenance team restores water to precinct’s west pump station

Due to the recent heavy rains, the uMhlangane River slightly changed its course at our west pump station, unfortunately, this meant that water couldn’t go to the water extraction sump resulting in the reservoir not being filled. The area around…
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Many areas of KZN including Riverhorse Valley and some parts of Gauteng were severely affected by last week’s unrest, looting, and violence. In the aftermath, it has been truly inspiring to see communities quickly rally together to protect, clean up,…
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Back-to-basics for the Riverhorse Valley MA team

The Riverhorse Valley MA team understands the importance of paying attention to the finer details when it comes to public space management. Over the past few weeks, our operational Cleaning, Greening, and Maintenance teams have been busy attending to a…
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The Riverhorse Valley Business Estate MA Perception Survey 2021

The Riverhorse Valley Business Estate Management Association (RHVBEMA) wants to ensure that the work done to manage public space in the area reflects the needs of our stakeholders and all users. Please take our 5-minute survey to help us improve…
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Revamp Of Pump Stations

The Riverhorse Valley Business Estate has two pump houses (east and west side) that are responsible for harvesting water from the uMhlangane River and pumping it all over the Estate. The Estate has a full time irrigation crew, consisting of…
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Litter Boom Project Being Finalised

Riverhorse management is in the process of finalising an agreement with Litterboom Project for the removal and recycling of waste collected from Umhlangane river. The new partnership will not only result in a cost saving for RHVBE but will be…
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Illegal Dumping On Eastern Watercourse

The Riverhorse Valley Business Estate (RHVBE) has an illegal dumping problem, where litter is being dumped into the eastern watercourse feeding into Umhlangane River. The litter consists of mainly household items and what looks like shoe making material. The Management …
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Shocking Amounts Of Litter Collected After Heavy Rainfall

Rainfall in the area for August was an astounding 29mm and 50mm for September (as of 21 September 2018). The heavy rains washed down copious amounts of litter. A total of 2820 bags were completely filled with littter (2500 from…
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