Please take note, EPWP seasonal work, full advertisement will only be available tomorrow, Friday, 18 October 2019.

We appeal to residents not to cut or remove burnt standing trees and fynbos that remain after the controlled burn in Kleinmond last month. Even if YOU think it looks ugly and spoil your sea view.

Kleinmond’s environmental officer, Tamzyn Zwigg urges all Hangklip-Kleinmond residents to please refrain from continuing with this activity.

Attached are three photos taken in Lower Beach Road, Kleinmond on 15 October 2019 where residents cut down the burnt vegetation after the controlled burn. 

“Your actions can be even more devastating to the rehabilitation of the veld than you realise,” she added

This is why:

The lack of old, dying or burnt vegetation is a major cause of biodiversity loss.

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Residents in the Greater Hermanus area face stricter water restrictions from 1 November 2019, when Level 3 water restrictions will be implemented.

The De Bos Dam level measured on 13 October 2019 was at 43.96%, with 10.5mm of rain recorded for the week.

These measures apply to the administrative area of Hermanus only, in other words to all residential areas from Benguela Cove through Fisherhaven to Voëlklip.

Other administrative areas within Overstrand are not affected by these measures since they still have sufficient water resources.

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Compensation Fund, together with Unemployed Insurance Fund (UIF) will be visiting Hermanus on 19 October 2019 at the Mount Pleasant Sports Complex (rugby field) from 09:00 – 16:00.

During the outreach, officials of the Department of Labour and Rand Mutual Assurance will engage the community on applications lodged with UIF and Compensation Fund.

The Compensation Fund handles the payment of workers for injuries, disability, illness, diseases and death sustained during work.

CCMA and labour inspectors will also be present to register complaints and assist workers.

In addition, job seekers will be able to register on the Public Employment Services (PES) database. This department typically handles work-seeker registration etc.

Take along your identity document (ID) and CF claim number (the one you received from Labour Centre, Department of Employment & Labour.

For more information, contact 021 852 6535

Western Cape region is a high fire risk area and fire season is fast approaching. Please take precaution to prevent starting any fires.

The cause of veld fires is largely due to hot summer temperatures, strong winds and human negligence.

We appeal to all residents and visitors to dispose of cigarette butts responsibly.

If you are going to smoke, put your cigarette butts in the trash - not out the car window, not in the gutter, not on the lawn, and not in a stream or the ocean.

Please smokers - use a portable cigarette butt holder available on the market or something as simple as an empty bottle or can laden with a bit of water to dispose of butts.

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Contact Us

Hermanus 028 313 8000
Kleinmond 028 271 8400
Gansbaai 028 384 8300
Stanford 028 341 8500