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eTM attends to broken streetlights in the RHVBE

Last week the eThekwini Municipality Streetlight Department was back in the precinct attending to streetlight repairs, there have been noticeable improvements since the repairs began. From the latest streetlight audit, the number of broken streetlights has reduced from 210 to…
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RHVBEMA calls on private security teams to tighten operations

The RHVBEMA appeals to all businesses within the RHVBE to tighten security on their property following two criminal incidents which recently took place on private property. An attempt to remove a traffic signal at the corner of Queen Nandi and…
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The RHVBEMA Cleaning, Greening, and Maintenance team installs new garden beds on Island Circle

The RHVBEMA Cleaning, Greening and Maintenance (CGM) team had a busy and productive week aside from their usual work schedule. The team installed a new garden bed on Island Circle to introduce new and colourful plant species into the precinct for…
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Updated information regarding business recovery and relief after July unrest

Below are 3 updated documents regarding business recovery and relief after the July unrest IMAGE BELOW: Unrest Recovery and Relief for Businesses – New Premises   IMAGE BELOW: Business Support – TIKZN & IDC   IMAGE BELOW: Business Loss Registration…
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Get to know your local CPF

The past few months have highlighted the significant supplementary security role our local community policing forums (CPFs) play in our communities. Together with police representatives, a CPF is a committee of people from a group of neighbouring communities who meet regularly…
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eTM attending to outstanding faults

Earlier this month eThekwini Municipality’s Road Department attended to some of the outstanding faults that were reported, and it is great to see progress after the MA team’s escalation of issues to various departments.
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National Treasury announces new portal for businesses affected by civil unrest

All businesses affected by the unrest are encouraged to register by 30th September. The portal can be accessed HERE or via the below QR code below. Please CLICK HERE for more information on the business loss portal or contact the call centre on 080 006 0085 if…
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New RHVBE MA Precinct Disaster Protocol loading…

It’s been two months since civil unrest shook the foundations of KZN. The RHVBE MA has proactively reviewed its current disaster management protocols to compile a new Precinct Disaster Protocol to collectively guide our response to potential natural or man-made…
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